WELD-ON Weldon IPS 10121 Pint Heavy 711 Duty PVC Cement
Low-VOC formula reduces solvent emissions for a better working environment
The IPS 10121 Pint 711 cement from Weldon comes in an extremely handy 10-oz. tube, and it has a gray color that hides stains on most surfaces. Its body is slightly heavier than standard PVC cement, so it's able to help hold pipe joints together better. Its setting time is slightly longer than average, but it's a good bit lower than the 48-hour minimum set by most manufacturers. The IPS 10121 Pint 711 cement also comes in a 1.5-lb. tube, so it's even more convenient. It works well, and it has a long shelf life. The cement's packaging says it's suitable for PVC, but we found that it works best with Schedule 40 PVC. It doesn't do as well with thinner Schedule 80 PVC, and we used a pipe cutter to cut the pipe down to 8 inches. The cement clogged the cutter, so we had to switch to another tool. The 1.5-lb. tube is hard to store, and it's inconvenient to use. The tube gets crushed easily, and it's harder to use than a 10-oz. tube.
IPS Weld-On 3 Plastic Cement is a fast-setting cement that quickly bonds one-part or two-part plastic and acrylic to almost any surface, including metal, wood, ceramic, glass, and masonry. The cement's fast setting time allows it to be used on vertical surfaces, where other cements might require several coats. The clear formula makes it easier to see what I'm doing, and the included applicator bottle with needle makes it easy to apply cement without getting cement all over my hands. Weld-On 3 Plastic Cement has strong adhesion, and I was able to drill holes into an uncured cement bond and drill through acrylic. The cement doesn't chip or peel, and the bond is crystal clear.
IPS Weld-On 16 Acrylic Plastic Cement 6 with Pieces Weld-On Micro Tips
Contents of Tube: 5 oz (44 ml)
On a scale of 1 to 10, I'd give this 5 stars. This is an elegant, high-quality product, and it's easy to use. The instructions were easy to follow, and, once set, the bond was strong and durable. The instructions say this product can be used indoors or outdoors, however, I didn't test this, so I can't say anything about its durability in sunlight. The one drawback is that it requires a few hours to cure, so you can't use it in a crunch. Also, there's no color selection, so you'll end up with either a cloudy or opaque bond. Also, the tips will arrive in a small plastic bag, so they're easy to lose.
SCIGRIP Weld-On #3 Adhesive
In many cases, this cement dries too fast to apply by brush to the parts before they are joined.
The 3 oz. bottle of SCIGRIP Weld-On 3 Adhesive is enough for one or two large projects, but it can also be used for small projects, such as gluing acrylic bead jewelry to plastic or tile. (For small projects, we recommend installing the adhesive in a foam roller, then spreading it onto the pieces with the roller.) The adhesive works quickly, and it provides a strong, permanent bond. We tried it on a variety of materials, including hard plastic, tile, and wood, and it bonded well in all cases. It cures in about 5 minutes, so it's quite fast. The adhesive has a slightly odd smell, but it's fairly mild and fleeting. The applicator bottle has a plastic needle that’s unpleasant to use, but it's compatible with most 3 oz. bottles, so it's easy enough to replace.
IPS Weld-On 16 Acrylic Plastic Cement with Needle, Pint and Weld-On Applicator Bottle, Clear is a flexible, quick-setting, solvent-based cement that adheres most materials to a wide range of surfaces. It's versatile, easy to use, and bonds to almost any surface, including wood, metal, plastic, masonry, brick, glass, tile, and more. The Weld-On 16 Acrylic solvent cement features a solvent-free formula, so it's safe to use around food and won't contaminate your workspace. It's washable, too, so cleanup is quick and easy. The Weld-On 16 Acrylic solvent cement dries quickly, so you can work fast. The liquid formula creates a strong, solvent-resistant bond, so it's perfect for repairs, DIY projects, crafts, and more. The Weld-On 16 Acrylic solvent cement is available in 16 oz. and 32 oz. sizes. The 16 oz. bottle is perfect for completing minor repairs; the 32 oz. bottle is for larger projects. The 32 oz. bottle can also be used for hobbyists or contractors, and it's perfect for large repairs or completing DIY projects. The 16 oz. bottle is also perfect for hobbyists or contractors, and it's perfect for small repairs or completing DIY projects. The 16 oz. bottle can also be used for hobbyists or contractors, and it's perfect for small repairs or completing DIY projects.
The iCarbide R8 to 3/4 Drill Chuck Weldon Shank Non Coolant is an easy-to-use, inexpensive adapter that makes it easy to change the size, speed, and type of tool bits you use on a drill press. The R8 shank and the 3/4'' Weldon shank are interchangeable, so you can easily change the size of your tool bit, and this tool works with any annular cutters that have a 3/4'' Weldon shank. The adapter is made from machined aluminum and is highly durable, and it's small enough to fit in any drill box. The adapter comes with a 1-year warranty, and it's covered by a 30-day money back guarantee.
EasyDrain 030703-4100 UNIVERSAL PTRAP
Comes with a bracket to hold the ptrap in place - Must be mounted to ensure proper function
The EasyDrain 030703-4100 Universal Ptrap is an affordable, flexible, expandable, and durable drainpipe with a P-trap on one end. It measures 6.3 inches (17.6 centimeters) long, and it has a 1-1/2-inch diameter. This drainpipe is made of PVC, and it's truly universal: It has straight waste connections ranging from 1 to 2 inches. The straight waste connections are easy to connect, and they are durable. The drainpipe is easy to install, and it's versatile. It can fit into any sink, and it can handle multiple fixtures. The drainpipe is expandable, so it's easy to add to it. The drainpipe is flexible, so it's easy to bend and kink. The drainpipe is durable, so it won't break or bend over time. The drainpipe is affordable, so it's affordable to buy several and to install them in multiple sinks. The drainpipe is a great addition to your kitchen or bathroom.
This 4 oz. bottle of WELD-ON 4 Acrylic Adhesive is our top pick for adhesive sticks, and it's our top pick among sticks overall. It's easy to apply, and it's a strong, long-lasting adhesive. It adheres well to most surfaces, including wood, plastic, metal, glass, tile, leather, fabric, and some types of rubber. It can hold up to 150 pounds of weight. It has a glossy, clear finish, and it's odorless. The applicator bottle is lightweight and has a soft, pointed tip. This bottle also has a small hole in the tip of its applicator, for more precise application. The applicator bottle has a wide opening, so it's easy to dispense the adhesive, and it holds enough adhesive to apply several layers of wood or fabric.
Loctite 1919324 Marine Epoxy Ounce 0.85-Fluid Syringe (1405604)
Water and solvent resistant, highly durable
The Loctite 1919324 Marine Epoxy is a white, two-part, anaerobic epoxy adhesive specifically formulated for maritime use. It cures underwater, so there's no need to drain out water before fixing, and its strength increases with exposure to moisture. It won't shrink or crack when drilled, and it comes in a convenient syringe. The downside is that its cure time is long, so it's no good for applications that must be completed quickly. (If you need an epoxy that cures in less than an hour, consider the Fischer Sealux 0.55-Fluid Ounce Marine Epoxy.)
IPS Weld-On 16 Acrylic Plastic Cement
It is especially useful where fast cure and high strength are desired for applications such as large housings, signs, plastic letters, industrial fabrications, display items, lenses and models
IPS Weld-On 16 Acrylic Plastic Cement, 5 oz Tube works like most other acrylic cements, but it's different in a few important ways. First, it's formulated specifically for bonding acrylic surfaces, so it's less likely to crack or peel than pure acrylic cements. It's also formulated for an acrylic surface, so it's less likely to stick than pure acrylic cements. Finally, it's formulated with a blend of acrylic and epoxy, so it's stronger and less likely to crack if the cement sticks in place. These differences make it suitable for a variety of applications, including bonding acrylic shower walls, countertops, and bathtub walls. It's also a good choice if you're repairing acrylic shower walls and countertops. The cement itself works well, bonding quickly, and setting quickly. It dries clear, so unless you use a colorant, the surface will be completely white. The cement is easy to work with and cleans up easily with water. It's available in 5 oz. tubes, which makes it easy to travel with it. The downsides to IPS Weld-On 16 are that it doesn't bond to porous surfaces (such as wood), so it's limited to bonding acrylic surfaces. It's also more expensive that pure acrylic cements, and it's a bit more expensive than pure epoxy-based cements.