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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.
Waste of money, doesnt work, Do Not Buy!
Moose321 - 1 month 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.
Absolutely awful had to change whole radiator
Ky12345 - 2 months ago
I bought this product around 3/4 weeks ago trying to repair a small issue and ended up being worst than it was, don’t be fooled by the name it doesnt work
Didn’t work for me
Bob27again - 2 months ago
Didn’t stop a tiny weep on radiator valve joint despite five layers of the stuff. Now I’ve got the added problem of how to remove it before I attempt a proper repair.
Do not buy!
CVC - 4 months ago
Absolutely useless on a pipe that is under pressure.
I had a small leak on a pipe joint and as it was just before Christmas decided to purchase.
9 ( I kid you not ) packs later I gave up and just did the job properly!
So, it will set underwater as it is a chemical reaction, BUT it won't be anywhere near a pipe that you want to seal as even a small leak will push the putty away form the pipe.
It doesn't seal even when applied to a dry pipe and so........ you have been warned , LOL.
Okay temporary repair.
lj5m - 2 years ago
Had a leak where a central heating pipe was rubbing against a cold water pipe. It’s in an awkward place on a bend, we’re planning to renovate the room soon so I wanted a temp fix until I motivate myself to drain the system and redo the pipe work.
Fixed the central heating pipe without draining down the system (my main aim), however I really struggled to get the cold water pipe sealed due to the tiny drip of water. Turned off the water at the mains and managed to get it sealed much easier, left to dry for 10 mins and it worked. Hopefully will last a couple of months!