Originally Posted by drboyd
Looks like it could conceivably be The Answer for cracks in elderly end caps and the like....
I have used it and have been highly pleased and impressed. However, the repairs I did were on relatively small items and were plastic. It is strong and easy to use, but I have my doubts as to how well it would work on larger areas, and I don't think it would make a really strong bond on metal unless care was taken to be sure the surface was rough enough for the Bondic to adhere to tightly.
It would also not be good to use to repair any crack that is subject to flexing. The Bondic makes a hard, solid bond that would tend to crack rather than to flex.
' hope that helps a little bit, but please feel free to ask questions if I am misinterpreting what you might be wanting to use it for.