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Holds up against water, gasoline and most chemicals.

T-88 Structural Epoxy

Item #
20647
Rating:
90% of 100
T-88 Structural Epoxy
T-88 Structural Epoxy

Specially designed to hold up against water, gasoline and most chemicals. Forms a tough, permanent, non-brittle bonds on most clean surfaces. Dries to a clear amber that is virtually invisible when varnished. Contains two 4 ounce bottles.

(2) 4 Ounce bottles of Structural Epoxy
More Information
Brand System Three
Manufacturer Part Number 1100K10
Weight 0.7000
Tech Spec No
Technical Documents
Dry Time No
Length No
Width No
Size 4 oz
Wood Glue Type No
Bristle Type No
Species No
4.5 / 5.0
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Stu
Performed a difficult regluing of a broken chair leg with sold report results
October 22, 2018
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Table leg repair
Worked as advertised. Added a stain to rosin before the adding the hardener set up very consistent with existing color of table leg that I was repairing.
August 11, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Perfect for filling cracks
The clear epoxy created an invisible filler for the crack that developed in this 100+ year old barnwood.
Repaired crack in repurposed barn wood table
Repaired crack in repurposed barnwood table
August 6, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Cumaru adhessive
I used this for gluing Cumaru, an oilly wood not recommended to be glued with anything but epoxy. I built an exterior door and double gate using Cumaru headlock tenons and t-88. Clamped it overnight to cure and they’re solid as a rock.
They’ve hung over a year and are showing no joint stress at all.
I recommend t-88
July 9, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Would definitely buy again when needee
Worked well for me. I used it to fill a somewhat large hole in a metal table. Was able to dye the epoxy and it matched the surrounding are well
March 25, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works for me.
Easy to mix. Sets overnight or up to 24hr.s. Machines well.
Built out a small defect in a natural wood table edge.
August 9, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent for filling knot holes and cracks.
July 15, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great structural epoxy
This is my go-to epoxy for fixing up cracks and checks in my projects. Most recently, I used it to keep a bowl from shattering on the lathe because of deep checks in the material, and the result was beautiful. It's translucent, and takes powdered pigment fairly well. Strong stuff, easy to work once dried.
February 1, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
This stuff works great
This stuff works great. Not a super fast set up, so I like it for knife making. I tinted it with a few drops of liquid transtint and that worked great.
January 13, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Epoxy finish
I made 3 mahogany viking mugs and used this product. Excellent, it self leveled and gave a beautiful finish. You won't be disappointed.
Viking flag with cannon ball hole.
Inside with the epoxy coating.  This os the third mug. This product is so easy to work with.
November 12, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Very strong, gap filling, and long open time. Perfect for complex furniture repairs.
Robert Hordis V on Sep 9, 2018
Recommended for aircraft structural use.
Thomas R on Dec 7, 2017
Very strong, gap filling, and long open time. Perfect for complex furniture repairs.
Robert Hordis V on Sep 9, 2018
Building outdoor keepsake snow sled .
James J on Dec 16, 2017
Recommended for aircraft structural use.
Thomas R on Dec 7, 2017
Best epoxy on the market.
Robert L on Nov 12, 2017
I needed epoxy resin for general woodworking.
John O on Nov 24, 2016
I used the 5min epoxy and want something with more time.
Mariana C on Oct 29, 2016
to fill cracks and checks in boards
Derek E on May 11, 2016
waterproof
Larry S on May 6, 2016
Will be used to glue up a complex assembly - needed the open time.
Robert A on Jan 1, 2016
EASY TO WORK WITH
Donald J on Nov 24, 2015
I had large wood checks to fill on a slab table top and this product seems the logical choice if you are using a natural finish.
Charles M on Nov 18, 2015
Good stuff!
Jack C on Sep 14, 2015
needed true waterproof glue that can stand years of constant exposure for high end bird house project
James L on Jul 17, 2015
It's the first time for me to use Epoxy and I didn't want to invest in the larger quantities. We'll see how this goes ;)
Eric F on Apr 27, 2015
Prior experience with the product
Norman V on Apr 13, 2015
Building outdoor keepsake snow sled .
James J on Dec 16, 2017
Best epoxy on the market.
Robert L on Nov 12, 2017
What is the best food and dishwasher safe epoxy?
John E on Dec 12, 2016
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what is the working time for this epoxy?
A shopper on May 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: IF mixed right you have about 5 minutes
do they make an epoxy with a longer working time than 5 minutes ?
A shopper on Jul 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: yes it does. the work time is about 30 minutes and full cure is 24 hours.
HOW MUCH OF PART A & PART B DO YOU HAVE TO MIX TOGETHER?
ALEX S on Jul 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The ratio is 1 to 1 by volume.
If I use T-88 to fill cracks or holes in wood, can I stain or dye it later?
Jim T on Mar 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If I need it to match, I generally use fine sawdust mixed with the epoxy. Also I have dyed it in the mixing process but not after.
Can the T-88 structoral epoxy be used to seal polyurethan stained wood trim around a shower window?
handylady on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry have not tried this one.
Is T-88 epoxy ok for Teak wood joints ? Hello friends,

I got a few indoor dining chairs made of teak wood.
Some of the joints are loose, some cracked, and some joints broken apart.
Would T-88 epoxy be ok on teak chairs, for indoor use ?
Thank you very much for your help!
Julian
julian j on May 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, T88 works with teak very well. I have used it on teak outdoor furniture several times and it lasts.
DBeck, Oregon
Will it work on a surplus gun stock?
Haze1 on Apr 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: For filling cracks it should work fine but if the stock is broken it would be better to buy/make another one. A rifle or pistol stock is nothing to go cheap with since you depend on the stock for your protection. This is a very strong glue with great adhesion that I have used for filling gaps in wood and pressing well machined wood pieces together to form cutting boards etc.
Can this product be used successfully for teak salad bowls? Obviously there is a concern for food safety (i.e. that the product doesn't leach harmful chemicals when coming into contact with food) but I'm also wondering about stability vis-a-vis salad dressing, esp. those high in veg. oil/vinegar. Comments, prior experience, and/or alternatives will be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
Paul R on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It can, but Teak is one of the species that contains high amounts of natural oils/wax, which prevents it rotting in the ground. It also contains high amounts of silica, which makes it tough on cutting tools. To remove the oils and wax in the wood, wipe the glue surfaces with acetone before applying. If you do an online search, enter 'gluing Teak'.
how do you mix this product?
ALEX S on Jul 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 1 to 1 by volume in a small paper cup with a wooden stick
Can the t-88 adher Spanish cedar to natural stone? Granite, limestone, and hard sandstone?
Luke b on Nov 22, 2017
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