We are proud to offer international shipping services that currently operate in over 200 countries and islands world wide. Nothing means more to us than bringing our customers great value and service. We will continue to grow to meet the needs of all our customers, delivering a service beyond all expectation anywhere in the world.
How do you ship packages?
Packages from our warehouse in China will be shipped by ePacket or EMS depending on the weight and size of the product. Packages shipped from our US warehouse are shipped through USPS.
Do you ship worldwide?
Yes. We provide free shipping to over 200 countries around the world. However, there are some locations we are unable to ship to. If you happen to be located in one of those countries we will contact you.
What about customs?
We are not responsible for any custom fees once the items have shipped. By purchasing our products, you consent that one or more packages may be shipped to you and may get custom fees when they arrive to your country.
How long does shipping take?
Shipping time varies by location. These are our estimates:
*This doesn’t include our 2-5 day processing time.
||*Estimated Shipping Time
||10-30 Business days
||10-30 Business days
|Australia, New Zealand
||10-30 Business days
|Central & South America
||15-30 Business days
||10-20 Business days
||15-45 Business days
Do you provide tracking information?
Yes, you will receive an email once your order ships that contains your tracking information. If you haven’t received tracking info within 5 days, please contact us.
My tracking says “no information available at the moment”.
For some shipping companies, it takes 2-5 business days for the tracking information to update on the system. If your order was placed more than 5 business days ago and there is still no information on your tracking number, please contact us.
Will my items be sent in one package?
For logistical reasons, items in the same purchase will sometimes be sent in separate packages, even if you've specified combined shipping.
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All orders can be cancelled until they are shipped. If your order has been paid and you need to make a change or cancel an order, you must contact us within 12 hours. Once the packaging and shipping process has started, it can no longer be cancelled.
Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Therefore, you can request a refund or reshipment for ordered products if:
- If you did not receive the product within the guaranteed time( 45 days not including 2-5 day processing) you can request a refund or a reshipment.
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We do not issue the refund if:
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*You can submit refund requests within 15 days after the guaranteed period for delivery (45 days) has expired. You can do it by sending a message on Contact Us page
If you are approved for a refund, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within 14 days.
If for any reason you would like to exchange your product, perhaps for a different size in clothing. You must contact us first and we will guide you through the steps.
Please do not send your purchase back to us unless we authorise you to do so.
I installed an mlok configuration foregrip/stop on a carbine, because I wasn't into paying for and having to deal with a chunky, blocky cage for practically half the price of the firearm. Removed the handguard, chiseled out a slot for the piece, sunk pilot holes, bolts and internal washers/nuts, placed a light coat in and on the underside of the hollow guard over the work I had completed. Came back a day later, hit it with a heavier coat to increase weight for stability, ground down the exterior with a file and sanding block, to the point of ergonomic ideal. This is the stuff you want to use, if your project item does not exceed the heat limitations of the product. You also basically have an unlimited number of attempts if you do not like the effect, as it's as easy as chiseling/sanding off, and it's of better durability than any polymer stock once it sets up. Great stuff, hands down.
I've been using AB for years, it's the best two-part adhesive out there. It fills and smooths irregular surfaces and joins broken parts like nothing else I've tried. Not brittle like epoxy. Cures non-sticky and machinable. It does take longer to cure, but if you have time it's worth the wait. Un-cured it sags if applied too thick. My most challenging repair was the door handles of my 1969 Alfa Romeo door handles. Most older cars have parts made from chromed pot-metal. This is a brittle metal that can break in use, it doesn't bend and cannot be welded. A portion of my door handle inside the door broke and I couldn't get a replacement. I used AB and had no further trouble.
With AB, we were able to repair the frame-- the bond feels very secure. We put the various other pieces back together too (and bent a few back into shape), and now we have a truly lab-grade piece of equipment for our home experiments!
Excellent. I used this to fix my 2016 Honda Odyssey keys by following a video somebody posted on YouTube. It worked well, but I did need my dremel tool to get the parts to fit back together perfectly. I can use my keys again and didn't need to get them recut! This stuff saved me and I have some left over for another project. Glad I wrote this review or I would not have thought of this! I know exactly where to use up the rest. Excellent product. Just make sure you squeeze enough out to get a good 50/50 mix or it won't set quite as fast or as you were hoping. I was careful and probably had a puddle, after mixing, only the size of a quarter or a bit larger. Worked great!
I've been using this for years in my garage for a multitude of tasks. I had the radiator in my Jeep spring a leak and start to crack. Until I could get a new radiator I patched the area with AB and 2.5 years later I finally installed the new one. It was still holding. It sprung a leak at the drain plug. I always have a package available for repairs and emergencies.
I had a crack in one of the flat parts of the garage door which made the entire door sag when opening and caused the opener to think something was blocking the door when closing. I wasn't sure if epoxy would even be strong enough to bond the piece together but also withstand the daily stress of opening and closing the door. It was my first step in trying out other methods so I went for it. Well to make a very long story short, it worked great. The bonded part is sadly stronger than the metal that it had bonded (cheap garage door) and now my garage door opens and closes like before.
While AB offers a veritable Vegas buffet of bonding products, this steel-reinforced epoxy is the industry's most powerful, versatile, and elite-performing, and is presented here in a uniquely high volume "professional size" that maximizes its great value.
AB, I have used for years. These tubes are huge. I undertook several projects using large quantities of glue and the stuff just keeps on coming out of the tube. I think this stuff would almost glue a broken heart.
This stuff was a LIFE SAVER. We were moving from Tallahassee to Charlotte with our U-haul truck. Our truck got double upgraded to a 26 foot truck with a trailer, because they were out of what we had originally requested. We, not being very proficient at driving a vehicle that big, made it all the way to my in-laws house in Atlanta without hitting a thing, except when parking we plowed over my in-laws mailbox. Instead of having to purchase a whole new cast iron mailbox for them, we were able to fix it with this product! Looks great, and saved us some damage money! ***No other mailboxes or vehicles were damaged in the rest of our move***
I had a home chore to fix a relatively inexpensive dressmaker's dummy for my wife. The metal welds securing a slip ring (connecting stand with body) broke free, and thus the dummy looked like a drunken sailor (to be accurate, I've never actually SEEN a drunken sailor -- I was US Army myself -- , and my apologies to my forebears who were faithful swabbies in the US Navy!). I saw this product online -- the "AB" part of its name attracted my attention -- and I followed the directions. Very easy, applied with a popsicle stick, it cured in 6 hours and was solid as a real metal weld after 24 hours. Mind you, this is not part-to-part glueing, but rather vertical-to-horizontal welding -- a true test. The dummy is now back to full dumminess, and my wife is happy.
This stuff isn't a miracle and I wouldn't use it to "weld" my engine block. But I think it's just about the best epoxy ever. It's been my go-to epoxy for years - for when I need a really strong bond. It's inexpensive and it's given "added longevity" to many household/garage items that I own. I try to make it a point of always keeping some of this stuff around.
Use this If u need to bond or repair something. I used a few kits to repair elk scull plate and horns back together.
Fast shipping product is just like you would expect
STRONG. It its quit strong and also seals out moisture quite well. Wood broke before glue. Quite pleased with product.
Great! Fixed my nutcracker perfectly!
Easy to use and they did the job well. They might be a little pricey for this application but they worked well.
The epoxy dried hard and strong. Perfect for the crown I was working on.
Great for all my crafts, will be buying more
Building a bird feeder using PVC molding, but could not use fasteners because the feeder needed to be substantial and able to secure several pieces together...The PVC material is spongy and would not hold nails, brads, staples, or screws of any kind...Could not even use bolts with nuts because the material would split and give way with the slightest force....This epoxy set fast and holds tight under pressure. I recommend this store.
As a Mechanical Engineer I had occasion to use or test virtually every adhesive known to man. Each type has a pretty well defined set of uses. There is a seemingly endless variety of epoxies, but, out of all of them, I have not found one that can match the performance of AB. I am awed each time I use it. It will bond nearly anything with a strength unequaled by others. However, there is one feature that may be a deterrent for some jobs. It is black. The iron powder in its compound provides its bond strength but its color, and may not look so good where aesthetics are important.
Saved $60 on a stove oven door handle. I've used this stuff for years. The plastic part where the screws attach to the handle had completely broke off the handle. They had the threaded brass in the center of the plastic. I roughed up the surfaces and used some electrical tape to hold the pieces in place. I mixed the AB and applied it pretty thick. Pretty sure it will last longer than the original.
Renters broke another china made patio chair. Attachment that stretches seat fabric broke, because china-weld uses very little weld. Why not use a little more weld to make better china-weld??? I had to drive screws into metal right by the spot where weld broke (on bothe sides of it) for reinforcement. Then I used 3 layers of JB (took 72 hours to apply). The stuff is liquidy so you just can't apply in 1 go. The chair holds up so far. It will keep on working until some 300lb dumbo drops his drunk derrière onto the chair again :) By basic physics if a butt is flying down it is like twice the weight upon touchdown. So 600lb JB probably won't hold even with support screws. I'll write an update (I Promise!) if and when the repair fails. And why did I use those screws- to have the fabric stretched yet the broken metal piece placed in the exact spot where it was held in place but china-weld. Good repair- and you can't even see it as it is covered by the chair's fabric.
I’ve used jb weld on countless other projects and every time it never disappoints. I had this 70 year old round folding table that I refinished for my grandmothers birthday. I took it all apart so I could sand it down easier and when I took off the legs the middle portion of the table snapped in half completely, I put multiple inch long dabs of jb weld in between the 2 pieces and clamped them together as seen in the picture, after I let it dry and everything was sanded I decided since most of the screws were either broken or missing that I would jb weld the legs to the middle portion. Not only did the middle portion break but each of the 4 feet broke into pieces aswell and the old adhesive didn’t hold them in the wooden dowels. I jb welded them together and back onto the dowels. I was so confident in jb weld that I jumped on the table with all my force and it didn’t budge at all just to show my father that it works wonders. Best adhesive money could buy and it works on virtually anything you need
I even used this to cover the damaged threads of a vintage drill press spindle and then formed the end into a taper with a file. This taper now retains a JT33 chuck that has never failed and has a runout of less than a 64th of an inch. I love this epoxy.
This will really fix your stuff - stuff that superglue can't fix. I've used it around the screw holes on a poor quality replacement OEM dryer handle where they were structuraly weak. I plastered this around each screw hole 'post' and so far no failure after 6 months (whereas another replacement handle cracked after 1 week). I've also used it on a dishwasher soap dispenser where I read online reviews about the closure tab snapping off after a while. So I've reinforced the tab with AB.