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Epoxy is great for gluing together a variety of materials. From glass to stone, Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com demonstrates ...
why epoxy glue is what you need to use to get a lasting bond.
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Invariably something around your house is going to break just like it does at my house from time to time. Sometimes you will use regular glues if it is a small piece of wood or whatever the job might entail but things like this do not always work. I mean this is great wood glue but what happens when you really want to glue together some weird materials like glass or stone or brick or big chunks of wood you got to use epoxies.
You can buy epoxies at some of the department stores and typically you will find them in this little squeeze syringes in their two part components and you have to actually mix the two together to get the product to work because it happens by a chemical reaction but these epoxies are not always the best thing to use. The paste or the hard epoxies come also is two component parts. One would be a resin and one would be a hardener and look how thick they are, not only that there are two different colors. The reason they are thick bodied is so that they do not run when you use them and of course the color difference aids you when you mix them. It is simple. Once you mix the two together you can see how they quickly blend together and produce their own distinct third color.
Here is another great epoxy. This one works on all surfaces, wood, bricks, stone, glass whatever it might be. The added benefit of this product, it actually can work underwater. This paste epoxies are swell. They have a long shelf life and when you get ready to put the lids back on, pay attention and make sure you put the right lid on the right can, use the colors to guide you. If you make a mistake, trust me you will never get the lid off.
I am Tim Carter for Ask the Builder. If you want to discover more home improvement tips go to AskTheBuilder.com.