Sorry. Was at school and in a rush. Here:
Epoxy putty sticks are the ultimate for small or emergency repairs. They are fast and easy to use, and bond instantly with superior strength. It is as easy as cut, mix, fix! This steel-reinforced epoxy putty stick is a fast-setting, industrial-strength polymer compound that enables permanent repairs to anything made of steel or other metals. It also bonds to wood, glass, masonry, and many plastics. Each handy stick contains pre-measured portions of activator and base throughout, so no measuring or mixing tools are necessary. As the epoxy is mixed, the two contrasting colors blend into one color to indicate complete mixing. The consistency (like modeling clay) eliminates drips and runs, facilitates adhesion to the substrate, and allows the material to be shaped and formed as needed before curing begins. It cures to a dark gray metallic color. Once cured, it can be tapped, drilled, screwed, sawed, machined, ground, filed, or painted.
Rebuild small engine parts, seal leaks, fill cracks & voids in metal, & fashion handles
Form nuts and bolts, repair stripped threads & anchor machines
Repair metal tools, equipment ducts, housing and appliances, & sink traps
Works on anything made of steel or other metals
Also bonds to wood, glass, masonry & many plastics
The ultimate fix for small or emergency repairs
Easy to use & mistake proof, just cut, mix, fix!
Bonds instantly with superior strength
Saves hundreds of dollars in repairs.
Belongs in every workshop & toolbox.
MFG Model # : 600451070B
MFG Part # : 600451070
It seems similar. I'm having trouble finding "QuickSteel" in a store around here. I'm really thinking I'm just gonna tape it and maybe pick up a 4b kit if they're still available. I'm kind of on the fence about selling my Quest, sort of looking to trade it.