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Do you have pipes or other things around your house that has leaks? It can be extremely frustrating trying to fix metal surfaces. Maybe you have tried yourself and found that your solution rarely lasts. Most substances will not fix the issue completely and for example, pipes will continue leaking. But fear not! The industrial metal repair paste is exactly what you are looking for! With this paste, you can easily patch up busted pipes, corroded steel, and much more. You simply apply the paste where the hole or leak is and then let it harden.
If you do not find a quick solution to fixing your leaking pipes, it quickly becomes a bigger project. Bigger and also more expensive. In many cases, you would normally need to find someone who could weld the hole for you. Well, no need for that any longer. With the industrial metal repair paste, you can fix leaks and rips yourself. It is super easy and takes no time at all. Save time, money, and energy while you enjoy the satisfying feeling of fixing things all by yourself.
The repair metal paste is both heat and water-resistant. It will hold the water in and not allow other substances to enter the hole. It can withstand extremely cold and warm temperatures. It stays strong and functional down to -60 degrees celsius and all the way up to +150 degrees celsius. You just need to let it harden first and then it is as hard as iron. It will make a strong and thick bond on the surface you need it to work on.
It is almost only your imagination that will decide what you can and cannot use the metal repair paste on. Are you the kind of person who fixes up cars? Do you have your own garage? Do a lot of DIY projects? Or maybe you just like to be able to fix the problems around or in your house? This metal repair paste is good for all different kinds of tanks and containers, pipes, iron and steel surfaces, filling defects such as cracks, plumbing, concrete, and much more. You will not regret having this handy repair paste as a part of your tool kit.
After identifying what you need to repair you can file or use sandpaper to prepare the surface a bit. After this, you press components A and B onto some cardboard or other flat surface. The ratio should be 1:1. Then you mix it, so it has an even and clear colour. After this, you are good to go. Apply it on the hole, leak, or crack and wait for it to harden. This takes up to 12 hours. Instead of calling in professionals, you can now fix your problems by yourself. Faster, easier, and cheaper.