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U-Can Putty 50g
This repairing cracks & holes rapid set repair epoxy putty is suitable for metal, wood, glass, fibreglass and concrete. Simply apply and leave for 1 hour to dry. It cut to size and remove plastic film, hand knead until uniform grey colour, push/press into place and smooth edges with wetted finger or knife..
- Cut to size and remove plastic film, hand knead until uniform grey colour, push/press into place and smooth edges with wetted finger or knife.
- Concrete, fibreglass, glass, metal & wood
Features and benefits
U-Can Repair Epoxy Putty can be used to fill, repair, or build-up almost any material.
- Cut to size and remove plastic film, hand knead until uniform grey colour, push/press into place and smooth edges with wetted finger or knife
Health and safety
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|Location||Interior & exterior|
NEVER BE WITHOUT IT
Dukey2210 - 6 months ago
I always have a tube in my tool box. Saved the day more times than I can remember. DIY'er. NYD 2021. Just used it. Pop up plug got stuck in outlet, non magnetic. Small amount of U-CAN pressed onto plug and moulded on top to form a finger grip. Left for 20 minutes to set and bond, gentle twist and pull - job done. Wife happy!! My NY off to a good start. Happy New Year
Did the job!
Anonymous - 5 years ago
Have been using silicon sealer/ adhesive to seal a toposcope on top of a trig point, but the sealer kept breaking out in on place. Used U-can epoxy putty and so far the repair has held! Looks and feels solid.
Sets in minutes and is as hard as concrete
Jack2471 - 5 years ago
I used this putty to repair some holes that I had drilled into my walls to put up a curtain rail. The brickwork is over 300 year old and simply crumbled around the hole. Pollyfilla wasn't man enough for the job but this PUTTY was amazing. I filled the holes with putty and 10 minutes later sanded and painted over the patch.