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Milliput is a two-component epoxy putty.

Milliput Standard is a general purpose putty - it has been used for many years for the most difficult jobs.

After mixing equal amounts of each stick, the resulting putty is initially soft and very adhesive, and then gradually hardens. The rate of hardening depends on temperature, and at normal temperatures (20-25 degrees C) Milliput becomes rock-hard in three to four hours. By applying heat, the setting time can be shortened.

Milliput is an excellent adhesive and glues any of the following to itself or to others - wood, brick, cement, metals, concrete, plastics, glass, etc., but note that Milliput is not designed for thin-film bonding. Milliput solidifies under water and can withstand temperatures up to 130°C.

At all stages, from initial mixing to final setting, Milliput reacts to the use of water. To facilitate handling and avoid sticking, fingers and tools should be moistened with water. In some cases, the work can be done in a gentle stream of water under the tap. For a smooth finish, mold or apply Milliput, then immediately wipe and smooth gently with a wet finger or damp cloth with a fine texture.

Typical application:

  • Filling dents and scratches in metal, plastic or wood
  • Repairing water and fuel systems
  • Sealing, filling and caulking fiberglass, metal and wood boat decks and hulls
  • Model making
  • Jewelry making
  • Sculpting
  • Photo frame restoration
  • Plumbing repairs
  • Underwater applications
  • Ad hoc repairs to car gasoline tanks, batteries, radiators and exhausts.


  • Manufacturer: Milliput
  • Product code: 001
  • Capacity: 113g