"never thought of using this till i snapped a floating shelf bracket and after getting the snapped bit out of the wall, ending up with a larger hole, so decided to ditch the soft metal brackets and resin in threaded bar, i went purely off reviews, its fantastic stuff, the threaded bar in the wall is solid. i would say it went off in about 8-10 minutes the room was about 14 degrees. would recommend i also bought a dearer resin as they only had one of this kind in stock and the dearer one seemed exactly the same as this cheaper one"
"We were looking for rawbolts 300mm long as we had a insulated block plus a cavity before being able to fix into brick.
I hadn't used a resin type fixing before but needed something strong to attach a free standing media cupboard. The threaded bolts and resin was great, but only just enough for 4 holes. Just a shame I needed to buy 100 nuts when we only needed 5!"
"Never used resin bond before and was a little dubious. Used it to fix first rafters to gable end on new garage roof. Outstanding, did exactly what it was supposed to. Easy is not the word for this. Would only use traditional fixing again if I didn't have the hour to wait for it to become solid, or I may get all big headed and buy the fast set resin next time."
"I had a problem fixing Hood driers to breeze block walls in a salon. The rawbolts supplied just pulled out of the wall when the arm was extended. I replaced the bolts with studs and glued them into the wall with this stuff.
I am now a firm believer in the power of this fixing method. The fixing is extremely strong. The hoods driers are on a 2 meter arm and they are still rock solid in the wall 8 months later.
The only down side is you have to work quick. I chilled the resin first in the fridge to extent the working time as I'd not used this before. This gave about 4 minutes before it went to hard. Having two nozzles was Ideal as I had two driers to put up. I did have some left that i could not use at the end of the job. But for the price it was worth it. No complaints at all.
"First time user and having read the reviews which seemed very positive, I thought I would give it a go. My 3.5 meter curtain pole was carrying some very heavy curtains and the existing expanding fixings weren't really up for the job and were no longer solid. I used a 10 MM. drill to a depth of 6" with 6mm threaded bar. . A quick blast with the vacuum cleaned out the dust and the tip of using a straw worked really well to get right in there! The Applicator tube just about fitted in the hole so you might struggle any smaller than this. Instead of filling the hole 2/3 with the solution I filled it up as I wasn't convinced it would hold and thought I should have enough in the tube which thankfully I did! Six holes later I still had half a tube left and after 15 minutes the fixings were set, 1 hour later they are solid and the curtains are back up! Job done and I'm converted......good stuff."
"Putting brackets for a curtain pole into old plaster, I needed something to make the drilled areas more secure. Having never used a resin product before, I was sceptical about its performance. The product was brilliant and soon made the fittings rock-solid.
The other reviews helped prepare me for the resin going off rapidly, the down side is that both applicators are one-use only, leaving me with half a tube and no more applicators. Still, at such a good price, it's worth it for the excellent solution to my problem."
"at least half the price of named brand equivalent. 2 nozzles and a screw on cap means it can last longer without setting in the tube. i use this for setting floor springs in place. quick, neat and always have spare nozzles."
"I bought this to fix 2 two threaded rods into the back of a heavy lions head water feature, as I had little faith in the metal hook it came with. Most impressed at how easy it is to use, how quickly it sets and also the rods are fixed solid. I've now put this on the wall and it's there to last!"