Man kan overtrekke en bolt så gjengene i godset blir ødelagt, noe kan knekke hvis man er uheldig å velter, slå hull på bensintanken eller alu koffertene etc, å da gjelder det å ha noe som kan reparere dette når man står mitt ute i ingenmannsland. Så nå er QuikSteel bestilt 🙂
There are many reasons why Quiksteel, the world’s toughest epoxy putty is a winner with the DIY enthusiast and the trade.
- Sets steel hard within 15 to 30 minutes, even under water, achieving a full chemical cure within 60 minutes. It’s impervious to petrol, diesel, and oil – even battery acid.
- Permanently bonds to aluminium, brass, copper, steel, PVC, fibre glass, plastics, glass, wood and more.
- Repairs leaking fuel tanks, kerbed alloys, and stone damaged radiators, cracked sumps, stripped threads, and exhausts. Around the home it can fix anything from leaking guttering to a leaking central heating pipe.
- Is 260°C (500°F) temperature resistant and it is drinking water safe.
Here are a few useful hints to help you when using QuikSteel. If you have any tips that you think would help other users, please let us know and we’ll post them here.
After kneading and mixing QuikSteel, quickly wipe your fingers and moisten them. This will ensure the product sticks to the object and not your fingers and helps to achieve a smooth finish.
To prevent QuikSteel from sticking where it is not required, treat surfaces with a silicon gel or release oil.
When repairing a fuel tank use a bar of soap to temporarily stem the leak before applying QuikSteel.
To re-tap a worn thread, fill the hole with QuikSteel, treat the bolt or screw with WD40 and force it into the putty, wait 2-3 minutes and give the screw a half turn. Once the QuikSteel has hardened you can remove the screw to find a new thread.