Milliput Epoxy Putty - Industrial Plasters
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  • Milliput is a two-part epoxy putty which is easily mixed by hand, and sets rock hard.

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Milliput is a versatile two part epoxy putty which is easily mixed by hand and when mixed together sets rock hard. When first mixed, the putty is pliable and easily shaped. By wetting the Milliput with a finely woven moist cloth, a very smooth finish can be easily obtained. It can be sculpted, turned, sawn, drilled, painted, sprayed, etc - ideal for modelling. Available in a variety of colours, the Standard is yellow-grey in colour.


Standard Milliput is the general purpose grade – it has been used for many years for the toughest tasks.

Some typical applications include: Filling dents and scores in metal, plastics or woods; Repairing water and fuel systems; Caulking, filling and sealing on fiberglass, metal and wooden boat decks and hulls; Modelmaking; Jewellery making; Sculpting; Picture frame restoration; Plumbing repairs; Underwater applications; Temporary repairs for car petrol tanks, batteries, radiators and exhausts.


Superfine White Milliput is specially formulated for the restoration of porcelain and ceramics where a fine finish is desired. Milliput also allows for missing parts to be reconstituted.

Typical applications: Ceramic restoration; Picture frame restoration; Jewellery making; Modelling; Sculpting; Repair and filling UPVC; Swimming pool repairs; Chips, scratches and other imperfections in baths, showers, sinks, tiles and white kitchen appliances


Terracotta Milliput has been featured in the gardening sections of national newspapers and leading gardening magazines.

Typical applications: Modelmaking; Sculpting; Picture frame restoration; Repair of Terracotta pots; Garden urns; Damaged brickwork; Quarry tiles internally and externally; Underwater applications


Speed of hardening is dependent on temperature - at normal room temperatures Milliput becomes rock hard in 3-4 hours.


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