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It’s a development of the original cold weld developed in 1969 by Sam and Mary Bonham. Sam needed a cold weld product to use in his truck service garage, instead of traditional torch welding and, working with a Texas industrial chemist, he formulated an original “tougher than steel” two-part epoxy, which became known as J-B Weld. The Bonhams went on to sell it throughout the US and international markets.
J-B Weld is available in various forms and packages, including twin tubes, putty sticks and easy-mix syringes. Each J-B Weld two-part epoxy adhesive is formulated to provide the strongest bond and is designed for specific surfaces including metal, wood, plastic, glass and more. It’s fast, easy-to-use, safe and certain products come in a variety of colours.
While J-B Weld started off with automotive fixes in mind, and still includes a range of vehicle-related products, including water pump housing silicones and gaskets for around the engine and even glass windscreens, it has grown to embrace a number of other product areas.
These include Anaerobic Thread Locker for locking nuts/bolts, Liquid Epoxy Wood and Wood Putty for bonding an also filling wood cracks and surfaces, Epoxy adhesive sticks such as WaterWeld, HighHeat, PlasticWeld and SteelStick, as well as a high-strength super glue that J-B Weld naturally calls SuperWeld, which is ideal for gluing rear-view mirrors back onto the windscreen.
Selected products use a twocomponent (or 2k) epoxy system which uses reactive chemistry to