All-Purpose Adhesive Gel for Projects of Any Size.
This thixotropic, structural epoxy adhesive is ideal for bonding, filling, and patching. Use on stone, concrete, masonry, metal, ceramics, glass, fiberglass, and virtually any rigid surface. For indoor and outdoor applications to create a very strong bond. Resists sagging on vertical surfaces. Solvent-free. Translucent. Apply by brush, paint roller, trowel, or squeegee. Hardens in 2 or more hours depending on temperature.
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Hardness, Shore D||>80|
Customer Questions & Answers
- I have a stone cellar. In one corner there are spaces between the stones where water comes in. What product might you have to fill those spaces and prevent further water damage?
- everything i read here is a non/complete answer except the last question where you suggested aboweld 55-1. We need to do our own experimenting but these products are cost prohibitive for large areas. Why not consider substantial discounts forinstance if one buys a 5 gallon bucket etc. on ALL your products. I live in los angeles area (pasadena area) a large populous area. There is only one store that carries your product and they dont carry your various product offers. On line ordering by weight is expensive. (alternatives?)
- Q everything i read here is a non/complete answer except the last question where you suggested abow...... Read more answer nowAsked by March 23, 2020 11:15 amonAnswered by the admin
The larger size product you purchase, the more economical the price is. Shipping costs are based and weight and zip code the order ships to. I have an asphalt driveway in Connecticut that has a 1/2" wide 2" deep crack that run across the full width of the Driveway (about 12 feet). Would this be the best product to use to permanently seal the crack? Driveway is perfectly Flat.
- can this product be painted? Thanks.
- Q can this product be painted? Thanks. answer nowAsked by September 19, 2019 1:49 pmonAnswered by the admin
Yes. Just be sure the scuff up the surface prior to painting. I am considering Aboweld 55-22 for my project of restoring some marble slabs that are surface mounted around a shower enclosure. I have removed them from the substrate and a few of them broke along natural veining in the marble. The broken surfaces are clean and generally fit tight together; however, there are a few joints where a thicker glue wood fill very small gaps (1mm or less). A colorless product would be preferable since a few of the gaps may be visible on the surface joints but not a requirement. I could manage this with epoxy filler that I plan to use to fill a few minor voids on the surface of the marble. Let me know your thoughts regarding this product or an alternative. Thank you.