J-B Weld Reviews and Guides
Here you will find J-B Weld Guides, infographics and helpful "How-To" guides. Why not submit your DIY project to us here and we will publish your guides on our site. Don't forget we still have product testing open so submit your J-B Weld guide here for a full refund on your J-B Weld product
Infographic - J-B Weld KwikWeld
J-B Weld KwikWeld is the fast setting version of The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy cold weld system. J-B KwikWeld provides strong, lasting repairs to metal and other surface types.
Glue Metal to Metal
With so many products now available in the J-B Weld range it can be quite difficult to decide which J-B Weld product will provide the best results when gluing metal to metal. This ‘glue metal to metal’ information page will hopefully allow you to easily find the right product for the job. As well as the easy to follow
Infographic - J-B Weld MarineWeld
J-B MarineWeld is a two-part epoxy containing a resin and hardener that provides strong, lasting repairs. Bonding aluminium, composites, fibreglass and more.
Infographic - J-B Weld Original
J-B Weld Original was the first product created in the J-B weld product range and is arguably the most versatile.
Infographic - J-B Weld KwikWood
J-B Weld KwikWood is a hand-mixable epoxy putty formulated to repair and rebuild wood. After mixing it will cure to the same density as wood and can be used on interior or exterior applications.
Infographic - J-B Weld Waterweld
J-B Weld WaterWeld is the only available waterproof putty stick in our range.
J-B Weld Review - KwikWeld
Hello Over ten years ago i bought some of your 3min weld to fix a hole in my then not very old discovery td5 thermostat housing after it blew in traffic into a local town so me and the wife could get the car home sensibly and over to a mates work shop to replace the defective housing
J-B Weld - Epoxy Adhesives
In the middle of the 1960, Sam Bonham, a machine shop owner, developed a product that changed the hardware industry significantly, when he discovered an epoxy he referred to as “tougher than steel”
How to Use - J-B Weld Original
J-B Weld Original can be used to repair many different materials including metal, wood, plastic, ceramic, fibre glass, brick, concrete and much more.The key to ensuring you have the strongest bond possible is the preparation of the materials to be repaired and the correct application of the J-B Weld
J-B Weld WoodWeld - DataSheets
J-B Weld WoodWeld
J-B Weld Repair - KwikWood
Read how J-B Weld Kwikwood putty is used to repair a badly damaged window sill in this step by step guide
J-B Weld KwikWood putty is versatile in its application thanks to its ability to be moulded before it sets. Below is a perfect example of
J-B Weld ClearWeld - Datasheets
J-B Weld ClearWeld
J-B Weld Review - WaterWeld
Read Potty Paddlers review of the repair he carried out on a Minuet canoe using J-B Weld’s Water Weld putty.
The Canoe Clubs 'new' Minuet canoe had stainless eyes at each end ... (see pictures 1 & 2, scroll down page, pictures go from left to right
J-B Weld WaterWeld - Datasheets
J-B Weld WaterWeld
Epoxy Putty only
J-B Weld Review - SteelStik
I've just managed to fix my mountain bike suspension using steel stik putty to correct a pivot hole in the frame that had been elongated after years of abuse.
The back of the bike was moving about an inch due to the play, but a long thin sausage of steel stik, packed into the frame to return the hole to a tight circular shape has closed up all that movement.
J-B Weld Original - Datasheets
J-B Weld Original
j-b-weld choose the right product
J-B Weld has a wide range of products for different jobs and ensuring that you choose the right product for your needs will yield the best results.
Here you will find a simple infographic that will allow you to find the correct J-B Weld product for repairing certain types of
J-B Weld Review - WoodWeld
We would like to thank Mr Hughes, who has sent us in a review of J-B Weld WoodWeld. He used the WoodWeld to repair a bolt in a wooden chair that would no longer tighten. This is his review.....We have a garden seat that is made of wood and is bolted together. (see picture 1) Over the years the bolts become loose and