MAS Epoxies Crackzilla 185ml Two Part Epoxy Adhesive
Crackzilla

Crackzilla

$23.09

Crackzilla was born at our manufacturing facility when we needed to quickly get our concrete floor back to level ground. With the Crackzilla cartridge we were able to fill cracks and holes in less than half the time it would have taken to mix and pour into the same areas, and with none of the mess. There are many creative uses for Crackzilla, including using as your laminating epoxy, filling holes or cracks to create a smooth surface and even jewelry design.

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Description

  • Recommended for filling or assisting in laminating as well as a concrete epoxy adhesive
  • Designed for use as a filler on various substrates including, wood, metal, glass, stone, concrete, etc.
  • Great concrete crack filler epoxy that easily flows into cracks due to low viscosity
  • 185 mL size fits in a standard caulk gun
  • Use your extra static-mixer months later, just reseal the tube and prime before the next use

FAQ

Questions and answers of the customers

    I’m building a workbench. Planning to laminate 1.5” hard maple strips to laminate the butcher block top. Is crackzilla a good option to glue the strips together v. Tight bond glue for example? Another product instead?
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    Q I’m building a workbench. Planning to laminate 1.5” hard maple strips to laminate the butcher blo...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Armen Gregorian on February 27, 2021 4:02 am
    Answered by the admin

    Crackzilla or Flag and Medium hardener would create a superior bond versus any wood glue. If properly applied the wood would likely fail before the epoxy bond. 

  2. I have an electric guitar which I want to fill in the ridge screw hole with an exhaust instead of the usual wood dowel and glue. I also don’t want to use tooth picks or bamboo skewers and glue. I figure that if I fill the 3 holes will a leveling epoxy such as this, I can go back to the original setup down the road if desired. Does this product have enough tensile strength to fill a #8 wood screw size hole to then redrill and place a #6 wood screw in it’s place?
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    Q I have an electric guitar which I want to fill in the ridge screw hole with an exhaust instead of...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Rob on February 21, 2021 1:50 pm
    Answered by the admin

    You could use crackzilla for that, you would want to drill a pilot hole before screwing into the epoxy or you run the risk of cracking it. 

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