Plastifix repairs virtually any rigid plastic and works exceptionally well on ABS. Repair cracks, fill gaps, reinforce repairs, rebuild broken tabs, fix stripped threads, and more. PlastiFix's most unique feature is the FlexMold molding bar which allows you to create a mold and cast missing pieces.
No other plastic repair is more versatile. the 30-gram kits are enough to complete approximately 24"+ of cracked plastic repair. The large kits will do about 24 feet.
This stuff worked great! It was easy to apply, and with careful preparation, will fix just about any plastic piece you have
A truly great product. Actually works on plastics, unlike all the others Iâ€™ve tried over the years. Would highly recommend.
Seems to be a really solid product. I use it on my motorcycle fairings and it is doing good , better than anything else Ive tried. It does come down to how well its been applied for the end result . Do some practice first before you do the visible places .
Great product for repairing motorcycle ABS fairing parts, broken tabs etc. You can also reconstruct tabs using the soft, gel form included in the kit. Some good online how to videos available on YouTube regarding how best to repair motorcycle fairings using use this product. As far as I know, only available in Canada through Aircraft Spruce Canada who are great to work with. Not cheap ... but very effective. High recommend.
Great product well worth the money it works great.
This product is amazing! Ive used it extensively to repair ABS fairings on my motorcycle. It is very sturdy once it sets, and very easy to work with. Happy I found it! :-)
Aircraft Spruce was a great company to deal with. From online ordering, processing and shipping was excellent. The product, PlastiFi, is a great product. Although the package instructions were a bit confusing, after watching a video on YouTube on prepping and applying PlastiFix, I was able to repair a crack in a plastic motorcycle fender quite easily.
Excellent product for plastic repairs on aircraft fairings (non-structural components). The You-Tube video is also a very helpful tool on how to apply this product.
Excellent product. Solid, easy to use and durable. I have fixed many things with Plastifix, including motorcycles, home and car repairs.... Well worth the money.
Yes, this should work on this application. We recommend testing a small area to be sure it will provide the desired results.
This is designed to fix cracks in plastic. There is no specific application guide for it. It is considered a general use product.
We would start with something like our part number 09-02324. We have personally used it on tail lights and other plastic parts. Try it in an unseen area first.