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I need to seal a broken plastic ring, but it needs to stay black - all the epoxy putties I find are grey or white. Thanx!

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closed as off topic by Niall C., Steven, Tester101 Nov 19 '12 at 13:12

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Down voting because this is a shop for me question. It's borderline whether it should be closed. – BMitch Nov 19 '12 at 1:47

I tried this one some time ago, it stayed black and worked well on a plastic planter


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McMaster-Carr is like a real-life version of the Acme company in roadrunner cartoons, you can get just about anything from them when the local hardware store doesn't have the right stuff.


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