Epoxy putty, also known as metal plasticine, is plasticine-based on epoxy resin. Our Putty stick is centered on the same two-part system as epoxy, the two components react when they are mixed, and the curing reaction starts. Epoxy putty is mostly used to repair minor damages permanently. Our Epoxy putty is known for being flexible and easily moldable, and after it dries, it is nearly hard as steel.

 

Unlike the epoxy resin, where it takes a long time to cure, our epoxy putty takes comparatively very little time to cure. Our Epoxy putty can be used on various surfaces, from wood to metal, and even works on damp surfaces. Conceivable materials like steel, concrete, and metals can also be permanently bonded with the help of our epoxy putty.

 

We have multiple types of epoxy putties that have a distinctive feature to each of them. Although all epoxy putties are heat-resistant, some are carefully formulated to withstand very high temperatures; the same goes with water-resistant putties.  We also have putties that cure into a specific color or form to match their surfaces, such as concrete putty that cures grey so that it matches concrete.

How To Use Epoxy Putty?

We have epoxy putty available in several formats; the most common ones are the stick and the two-part putty. The stick is handier to use as compared to the two-part putty. It merges the two elements with the hardener going across the center. You simply need to cut off the required amount that you need for the putty and knead it using your hands until it feels ready to apply and till there are no separate hardener and resin visible, this is when you know that the resin and hardener are mixed.
The material will also begin warming up in your hands.
After this, you can apply the plasticine to the surface that you want to fix. You will need to firmly press the putty to make sure it sticks to the surface properly. You will only have a short amount of time after you’ve taken out the product and you’ve mixed it. After that, it will start hardening, and it will not remain malleable.
To make your surface smoother, you can use a wet hand or a damp cloth to smoothen out the putty’s surface. After the epoxy putty has hardened, you can work on it as you wish to. It will remain the same without shrinking. You can sand it, paint it or drill it too.

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What Is Epoxy Putty Used As?

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Our Epoxy putty is very famously used for sculpting as they can be cut and molded into desired shapes, and after they’ve dried, sandpaper can be used to add further details.

Workbenches and tables are likely too large voids and gaps. They can be cured by using epoxy sticks. You can easily just press the putty at the desired area and use your wet finger to smoothen it and to ensure adhesion.

Although using epoxy putty sounds very fun and easy, there are some precautions that you need to take. It is recommended to use disposable gloves while working, and you should make sure to wash your hands with plenty of soap and water so that no residues remain.