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0.85oz. Loctite Plastic Bonder Yellow Epoxy Adhesive

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Lowe's has 0.85oz. Loctite Plastic Bonder Yellow Epoxy Adhesive on sale for $2.74. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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Our research indicates that this 0.85oz. Loctite Plastic Bonder Yellow Epoxy Adhesive is $2.73 lower (50% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $5.47 at the time of this posting.

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Lowe's has Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder for $2.74.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/LOCTITE-...ve/3220051
Item # 44649 Model # 1363118

Loctite Plastic Bonder is an acrylic formula that is specially formulated to bond and repair plastic surfaces.
The convenient double syringe dispenses equal amounts of each component every time.
hen mixed in equal volumes, the components react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 20 to 25 minutes.
Loctite Plastic Bonder does not shrink and is resistant to water, most common solvents and shop fluids.
It has high impact resistance and can be sanded and drilled.

Compare to Amazon at $8.37 (ships from and sold by Amazon.com):
https://www.amazon.com/Loctite-Pl...B0044FBB8C
Lowest 3rd party seller price is $6.99.
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I guess it dries yellow per the name?
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I guess it dries yellow per the name?
Yes, this will be yellowish.
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Yes, this will be yellowish.
Question for you guys who are knowledgeable about adhesive/bonders. I'm trying to secure a small magnet to a piece of metal. What would you recommend?
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Question for you guys who are knowledgeable about adhesive/bonders. I'm trying to secure a small magnet to a piece of metal. What would you recommend?
rough up both surfaces, then super glue or a 2-part epoxy.
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a good use for the book case 😂
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Good price. In for two
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Will this be good for the glass?
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Good for 3D Printed models (PLA plastic)?
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I have a crack in the brick veneer...nothing serious....mostly cosmetic....Can I use this to close/seal the crack so that it vanishes the crack-line? or Do you recommend something else?
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Question for you guys who are knowledgeable about adhesive/bonders. I'm trying to secure a small magnet to a piece of metal. What would you recommend?
A spot of hot glue will do the job in 60 seconds (not including warm up time)
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I have a crack in the brick veneer...nothing serious....mostly cosmetic....Can I use this to close/seal the crack so that it vanishes the crack-line? or Do you recommend something else?
This is designed for plastics. For your case use mortar adhesive. They sell at home depot or lowes for like $6 bucks. May also needs caulk gun (another 3-5 bucks)
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