Bought this based on the previous positive reviews to attach chrome molding around the headlights on my vehicle. Works amazing! Dries clear and if you get some on your fingers, it rubs off easily. The smell is a bit overwelming, so if you use it inside the car, leave the windows down for a while. I also used it on the patio railings to reattach parts....worked perfect there too. I highly recommend this!
June 7, 2011
Put all your minor rust spots 'IN STASIS'...
A SOLID QUICK-FIX:
(you won't need any sanding for this process)...
First, scrape off any paint around the rust area, that is starting to peel off.
Pick up a few small soft-bristle paint brushes, and use this product as if it was a small tube of paint. Try to get both sides of the rust area, if possible.
This product will seal and stop the rust in that area from progressing, until you can find the time and/or enegy to do the bodywork, or have the bodywork done.
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You can also use touch-up paint, depending on your "vanity-level".
June 18, 2010
This goop is amazing
I would have to agree with the other reviewers here. This glue is amazing for pretty much everything. I have used it to glue the window trim back on my car, plastic pieces back together, wood pieces back together and much much more. It has a super strong hold and is easy to work with because it's... goopy and not too liquidy. It's also super easy to wipe up when it's still fresh (leaves no residue) so you can make a nice, clean job every time.
May 12, 2010
I originally bought this for auto repair: putting trim back on, vinyl upholstery, etc., but it worked so well, I now use it for rubber boot and shoe repair, as a wire insulator, for repairing sparkplug boots...you name it! Just be careful of the fumes coming off this as it dries; I think it's the same stuff as dry-cleaning fluid.
January 9, 2010
What a GREAT Product
The cheap plastic inner fenders on my car were shattered last winter. The dealer wanted MEGA bucks to replace them! GOOP with some nylon window screen also bought at CT fixed the cracks and made the plastic as good as new.
September 22, 2008
The original emblem fell off my old car. I used this to stick it back on to the trunk, and itâ€™s still stuck for the past 4 years even after being exposed to 4 freezing winters and 4 scorching summers. Itâ€™s strong as well, so strong that the lid is now stuck on the tube and I canâ€™t open it.
May 20, 2008
It is almost in the same category as WD-40 and duct tape. This stuff will bond anything. It leaves a pliable yet tough surface. I have used it for rips in motorcycle, car and lawn tractor seats. Also on leather and rubber boots, leather gloves, chewed up running shoes, backpacks, electric cords on tools, rubber handles on plyers, car trim, garage door seals...etc, etc. Very durable. Highly recommended. Comes in black or clear.
October 3, 2007