Plastic Padding Leak Fix
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Plastic Padding Leak Fix
The Plastic Padding Leak Fix is a hard polyester based filler designed for repairing leaks in petrol tanks, radiator and sumps. Suitable for metal or fibreglass, is has a working time 5 mins before curing in 20 mins.
Plastic Padding Leak Fix Extra Info
- Working time is 5 min and sets in 20 min
- Resistant to petrol, diesel, oil, water, high temperatures and most common chemicals
- Suited to metal or fibreglass
- Temperature resistant on steel to +160°C
Plastic Padding Leak Fix is rated out of 5 by 5.Rated 5 out of 5 by Larbi from Leak fixed? Bought this product to seal an oil leak on a bmw 330 timing casing,unfortunately it didn't work even although I followed all the guidelines,it dries rock hard in 5-7 mins so work quickly when using it! After stripping the timing chain cover off I discovered there was a pressurised oil gallery passing through it so Leak fix was not at fault but my choice of repair by using the priduct was. I would be very confident that it would have sealed if there was no pressure where the leak was eminating from. I have the Leak fix sitting on a shelf as it will come in useful one day.Date published: 2017-11-19Rated 4 out of 5 by jeepjeep from actually works! I was a bit cynical about this product but as i had a hole in my petrol tank and a replacement was going to be costly and take time to order i decided to give it a try. Very pleased with the result to date, tank repair has held for several weeks so far and no sign of any leakage. I did make sure the surface was nice and clean and i didn't skimp on the filler. So before you splash out three figures on a new tank it might be worth giving this stuff a go as it is reasonably priced.Date published: 2017-11-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Carlo4s from Good stuff I bought some of this as i had a small hole in my transit sump. After been quoted quite abit of money to replace it i thought i would try this glad i did. I removed the oil from my sump used a wire brush to remove loose rust be careful dont brush too hard might cause more damage, after exposing the small hole. I applied two coats of this let it set then re painted the sump and there where no leaks grat stuff would recommend.Date published: 2017-11-03Rated 5 out of 5 by peacourt from cost effective easy repair i have a micra with a rusty sump,tried the putty then this leak fix. it does what it says on the lid. i dried off the bottom area under sump this is whlist engine still full of oil, then applied a small amount of leak fix to the area, it soon hardened and i noticed a slightly small leak, so once again i cleaned the area and applied a small amount to cover the area. now after a relativly small amount of time and effort i have a drip free engine sump and saved me about 300 ponds to have it replaced, worth trying as its only a tennerDate published: 2017-04-01Rated 5 out of 5 by VIR018 from Does what it says Had about a 2mm Dia. Hole in the bottom of my Motor Cycle fuel tank, followed the instructional, then sanded and painted. Now it is leak free and you can't notice the repair aDate published: 2016-07-21
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