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Pavement Repair Patch, Solid, Color Black, Size 60 lb., Container Type Bag, Coverage 6 sq. ft., VOC 0g/L, Flash Point 250 Degrees F, Performance Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 105 Degrees F, Application Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 105 Degrees F, Application Time 0.08 hr., Dry Time Immediately, Dry Time Recoat Not Specified, Dry Time Tack Free Not Specified, Functional Cure Not Specified, Adheres To Asphalt, Concrete, Steel, Wood
 
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PostedJanuary 25, 2013
Perma-Patch is amazing stuff! It doesn't matter if it's 100 degrees in the blazing sun, or near freezing with pouring rain... It works! I've been filling potholes for over ten years and this is the best patch I've ever used!
Product FeaturesEasy to use, Great value for money, High Quality, Durable/Performs well
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I need sealant for small steamer something that will hold up against heat and air pressure.

I have a Mcculloch heavy duty steamer and the sealer on tank is breached. Appears to be silicone
I've had excellent results with J-B Weld HighHeat Epoxy Putty. It can withstand 600 PSI at 400 degrees fahrenheight. You didn't mention what your application was. If the item your fixing is related to food preparation you might consider taking the item to a welding shop.
2 years ago
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What type of sealants do you carry that will seal a fuel tank?

I have a fuel oil torpedo heater that works well, but the fuel tank has developed some very small pin holes. Are there any sealants that would either brush on the outside of the tank or are there other types that could be poured inside the tank ,after cleaning the inside of any oil residue.
Try Pro-Seal Gas Tank And Radiator Repair 2-Part Putty (Grainger Item 3HHH7). I haven't used the product myself, but at only $3.38 a package it would be worth trying! Please let us know how you like it!
2 years, 1 month ago
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Which adhesive to use to bond a plastic sign on a cement wall?

We have a 36" x 12" plastic sign that we need to adhere to an interior cement block wall. It is in a public area so we need to be sure it can't be pried off easily. PLease suggest what we should use and how to apply it. Thank you.
I wouldn't use adhesive. Should you ever want to remove the sign, the adhesive residue is unsightly and hard to scrape off. I use Tapcon 1/4 in. x 1-1/4 in. Hex-Washer-Head Concrete Anchors to mount signs on poured concrete and block walls. They hold like you wouldn't believe and you still have the option to take the sign down if you wish. You can paint the heads of the screws with fingernail polish to match your sign for a professional touch.
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