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Reusable epoxy applicator syringes that can be loaded with epoxy mixture or other adhesives for injecting into tight spots. The smaller syringe has a slight curve in the tip to improve application. The larger 60cc syringe has a straight tip and delivers more material with greater pressure. Each size is sold 5 syringes per pack.

Reviews for Epoxy Syringes

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July 30, 2021

They work well, but you must be quick.
By Anthony 97756 from Redmond, Oregon

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I used them to inject epoxy into cracks and voids on a walnut tabletop I'm building. I had to trim the tip of the small one as the epoxy would not load. Once I cut off 1/4" it worked well.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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July 12, 2021

place it where you need it
By willywood from Fairfax, VA

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Great for dispensing thicken materials. I even used it to inject fairing compound. unthicken epoxy fluid flow is not as controlled - but it is not the fault of the syringe

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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July 11, 2021

Works as advertised
By Handymike from Whittier Ca

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I'm a handyman, not a boater ( maybe a little fishing ) and as such use epoxy on many repair jobs for my customers. These syringes work well for getting epoxy and other finished and adhesives down into small cracks and crevices. Definatly will buy both sizes again as needed.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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June 14, 2021

Clean, neat, secure
By jsmac8218 from Philadelphia

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Worked perfectly. One suggestion, for those who are new to this type of work, you might consider suggesting that the user draw up into the syringe the material being applied. I stupidly tried to pour the epoxy in only for it to come right out the syringe end. Then I realized I could draw it up as I extracted the plunger. duh!

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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May 24, 2021

More than expected
By MrEarle from Mesa, Az

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I thought price was one, happy to get a handful of them

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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May 9, 2021

Epoxy Syringes
By Barthman from Deltona, Fl.

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Very good Quality.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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March 5, 2021

Good Syringes
By Windriderwest from P.I. Fla

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I use the 60 cc ones for my thickened epoxy to lay my fillets on a seam. The opening is just the right size and it gives me a smooth line and total control over amount and the plunger has smooth action. Can lay a really long line. Have bought a lot and they clean up easily with vinegar.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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February 4, 2021

so many great uses!
By Tuffer in the Boathouse from Duxbury MA

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loving how useful these are! The big syringe does a great job of laying down a nice thickened bead of epoxy for seams. The little syringe gets into the tight spots and is also super useful for dielectric grease for electronics and for anti-sieze lubricant for fixtures and fasteners.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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February 2, 2021

Great Tool
By C from Tampa

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Wasn't sure how these were going to work, but are perfect for directing epoxy without a mess. Last a long time & even got second use by cutting tip back.


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January 13, 2021

Very helpful.
By Shiny-Side-Up from Kansas

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When painting-on won't reach all of the damage, Injecting resins into deeply rotted areas can sometimes stave off a more aggressive repair/,replacement strategy. Try this technique on a small area first to see if you will get adequate penetration. Drill holes +/- 3/16" to fit the syringe end into and push. Drill holes 'with the grain' if at all possible and not too close together. I suggest maybe an inch apart and not all the way through. Fill progressively from lowest point to highest if possible. This will give you the best penetration. Multiple syringes of material may be required — fill it up. Expect overflow, wear gloves.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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