- For clean-looking repairs
- Sets in 5 minutes
- High-strength, durable bond
- Bonds Metal, Plastic, Tile, Ceramic, Glass, Stone, and Wood
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- Water Resistant
- Easy-to-use Syringe – with built-in storage cap
Remove the storage first and be sure to keep it for storage after use. Line up the notch on the cap with the fin on the side of the syringe tip to cap syringe before storing for later use.
The more adhesive you mix at once, the faster your set time will become.
Mix small amounts in multiple batches if you have a big job or several steps to do.
When the excess material left behind after mixing is set, so is your repair.
If you need to fill a gap wider than 5/8” or deeper than ¼”, apply epoxy in layers and let cure in between to get clear results. If you mix and fill a very large gap at once, the adhesive is more likely to yellow a bit before curing.
Clean up any excess epoxy while the adhesive is still wet or just setting. Excess adhesive can be wiped with acetone or scraped away and cleans up much easier before it is fully cured and hardened.
Frequently Asked Questions
This epoxy sets in 5 minutes when mixed properly. We recommend you mix the adhesive at least 45 seconds to combine well. Then promptly apply the adhesive and form your bond. The more adhesive you mix at once, the faster the bond will set. The epoxy will get thicker as it starts to set. If you notice a change in viscosity, you are nearing the end of your working time and should complete your repair quickly.
Metal, Plastic, Tile, Ceramic, Glass, Stone, and Wood. Plastics that this epoxy will bond include polycarbonate, PVC, and ABS. It is not suitable for bonding polyethylene, polypropylene, or PTFE.
Yes. It is a water-resistant adhesive that can be used for exterior repairs.
Tank Bond Clear Epoxy will cure to a clear layer for gaps up to 5/8” wide and no more than ¼” deep. For gaps larger than this, we recommend you mix and apply in layers to avoid yellowing that results from too much heat generated by a large batch of adhesive curing together.
Yes, it has a slight odor you will notice as it cures. We always recommend you mix and apply in a well-ventilated area, but the odor is not particularly strong compared to other epoxy adhesives. This formula has a much lower odor during mixture than the Tank Bond Heavy Duty Advanced Epoxy formula.