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Evo-Stik Putty 50g
This quick leak repair putty is suitable for copper pipes, radiators, tanks and cylinders, not suitable for plastic pipes and fittings. Simply apply and leave to dry. It can be painted in wet or damp conditions and sets in minutes, even under water..
Features and benefits
- Can be painted in wet or damp conditions and sets in minutes, even under water
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
Worked like a miracle
Yazi - 1 month ago
Bought this as my pipe under tge sink was leaking and so was my filter tap. Used a spray first that's meant to stop any leak, it didn't, got this on a whim its brilliant, could not believed it worked!
Too Tired To Think - 1 month ago
Applied as per the instruction to a copper pipe with a small leak at the join and this did nothing! Completely pointless. Fair play to B&Q though as they gave me my money back.
Mike202170014US - 3 months ago
Followed the simple instructions to the letter, but the putty crumbles as soon as you apply it to the leaking pipe. I sanded the pipe and made sure it was keyed and dry - although you are supposed to be able to apply the putty onto wet surfaces. I tried several times but with the same result. Finally used Gorilla tape to try to hold the putty in place, but not hopeful this will work. If I could rate is as zero stars I would. Save your money - use something else!
Save your money
Wigan86 - 3 months ago
Doesn't work even on the tiniest of leaks.
Sets to your hand rather than the pipe, awful stuff to use. Once you get it stuck to the pipe does nothing either.
May as well have put sticky tape on the pipe
Waste of money, doesnt work, Do Not Buy!
Moose321 - 6 months ago
I read the bad reviews but still bought this putty. Mistake. It doesnt work. So please save yourself money and time and dont buy it. The saying "If something sounds too good to be true, it probably isnt true" certainly applies.