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3M Marine Adhesive/Sealant 5200, 1/10 gal. cartridge
Item No. 315770
3M Marine Adhesive/Sealant 5200, 1/10 gal. cartridge is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
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3M Marine Adhesive/Sealant 5200, 1/10 gal. cartridge

3M Marine Adhesive/Sealant 5200, 1/10 gal. cartridge is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
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Item No. 315770
$21.84 $22.99
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Extremely strong, 5200 retains its strength above or below the waterline. Stays flexible. Watertight bonding/ sealing of fiberglass, gelcoat, and wood. Ideal for through-hull fastening, deck fittings, railings, and transducers. Best when no removal is anticipated. Shipped ground only.
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  • Retains strength above or below waterline
  • Bond/seal fiberglass, gelcoat, and wood
Coverage 1/8" bead = 120 linear feet
Cure Time { "unit": "DAY", "amount": "5.0000", "family": "Duration", "base_data": "432000.0000", "base_unit": "SECOND" }
Dry Film Thickness 0.13 mm
Paint/Finish Type Polyurethane
Unit Weight 1.00 lb
Brand 3M
Rated 5 out of 5 by from many apps ive used on boats for years,dont recomend this its true,1 ton van had a flat tire a split in the side wall ,no spare ,no jack ,no wrench, worth a try and had time ,put 5200 on hole let dry for a few days put second glob on let dry few days,put about half psi in tire after a day still holding.drove to tire shop for new tire ,guys at shop asked what is that stuff.
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very poor. Tried it on my bilge pump. Wasted my money. Won't happen again.
Date published: 2019-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sealant for pond and submersible pumps I sealed the gaskets between thick epdm liner and skimmer and overflow unit of my pond with 5200, perfecto ! Additionally, I sealed the internal and external gasket of a (supposedly) submersible pumpS that let introduce small amount of water into it (and destroyed the motor after some time). 5200 (you need to be patient) is the best adhesive tested, regarding other glues. And because it has some flexibility, it's better than epoxy in case of vibrations. And the seal is kept OK even in the winter (Quebec = -30 celsius), embedded in strong ice.
Date published: 2018-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Literally the best sealant I've used 5200 for a number of applications, the most critical of which was for the installation of two large brass port hole windows on a house. This was in an area that is bordered by the ocean on one side and the bay on the other. The windows were mounted with 21 lag bolts and flashed/sealed with 5200. Created an absolutely water and wind proof seal as well as adding some additional structural strength. Yes, it's pricey but it's also necessary when dealing with critical installations.
Date published: 2018-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No-brainer for inflatable boat repair Tried this after reading some great reviews in various dingy forums re: transom repairs, specifically reattaching the PVC flooring where it meets the transom. PVC giue won’t stick to wood, but hypalon glue will, yadda yadda yadda. Tried it, didn’t work like previous PVC repairs. Enter the 5200. Not only did it stick the PVC fabric to the wood but it held like iron, and I have enjoyed many many hours in a boat that was destined for the nearest dumpster box.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Repaired vinyl pool liner In spite of the fact that the specs do not indicate its use for vinyl, I used this two years ago to apply a large patch/repair to my vinyl pool liner. The hole in the liner that was originally cut to accommodate the water supply/return from the pump had become significantly stretched to the point the original seals were not effective. I wanted to apply new material to both sides of the liner and I needed a bonding agent that was not a "fast setting". Using flexible, heavy gauge vinyl I cut and applied patches to both sides of the liner using generous amounts of 5200 on both sides. I allowed two days for the sealant to set before cutting a new hole through the patch. It worked perfectly and has continued to hold for two years.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Greatest thing since sliced bread ! Used this on boats maybe 30 yrs. Put a soapstone sink together with this product after 20 yrs still no leaks ! You may want to let people know that mineral spirits is good for spreading and clean up.
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor result after one season I used 5200 to seal 3 glass prisms to their stainless steel frames and then to the deck two began to leak the first season the third leaked the second season. The solution was to dig out the sealer and use a different product, very disappointing.
Date published: 2017-10-07
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can I use this product to glue wood stringers to fiberglass hull i am replacing the strigers

Asked by: phil
Yes, this item should work for that application.
Answered by: Product Specialist
Date published: 2017-05-24

Will this product glue a rubber non-skid mat to a fiberglass walk-thru transom area?

Asked by: Will
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