Key Facts

Product introduction / description:

Pattex Repair Extreme has a strong adhesive. With its FLEXTEC© technology bonding power, Pattex Repair Extreme is flexible enough to bond lots of different substrates, no matter how absorbent (e.g. wood, stone, leather…) or non-absorbent (e.g. metal, glass, polystyrene foam, varnished surfaces, PVC, glass, mirror, rubber) the materials are.

Not only does it provide excellent bonding strength. Pattex Repair Extreme is formulated to withstand all manner of vibrations. Because Pattex Repair Extreme won’t shrink once it’s dry, you can paint it. And because it’s highly resistant to ageing, weather and moisture, you can use it both indoors and outdoors.

Product main benefits:

  • Extra strong
  • Waterproof
  • Multi-material
  • Temperature resistant
  • Transparent
  • Solvent free

Application areas:

  • Tiles     
  • Plaster    
  • Zinc
  • Metal 
  • Concrete   
  • Aluminium
  • Polystyrene  
  • Ceramic       
  • Rigid
  • PU Foam
  • Glass         
  • Stone   
  • Leather
  • Plastic     
  • PVC    
  • Textile

Tips and tricks:

Don’t mix UV and moisture

Pattex Repair Extreme should not be used for sealing glass that is exposed both to UV light and moisture.

Fix, rebuild or glue

The choice is yours. Pattex Repair Extreme isn’t just designed to be used as an adhesive. You can also fill holes with it, use it to seal gaps and tears and even rebuild damage to concrete.

Paint, sand or finish

Pattex Repair Extreme is formulated for strong bonds and fillings. And, with its formula that is fully resistant to water, grease, solvents, cold and heat, it will not shrink or stretch. That means you can paint over it, sand it down or add any other sort of finish to it.

Clean before hard

Even if you work with the utmost precision, some Pattex Epoxy can still go where you don’t quite want it to go. In this case use ethanol, or any other universal solvent, to clean any adhesive remains before they get hard.

Once hardened

Even if you know what you’re doing, mistakes can sometimes happen. And you most realize what went wrong when everything’s done. Once hard, Pattex Epoxy glues can only be removed mechanically. The best thing to do is use a scraper. But be sure to consult the instructions, so you know exactly what you’re doing.

Read the instructions

Before gluing anything together, take a moment to read the instructions included with the product. We really recommend you consult and follow the technical, safety and environmental information before using. It just makes more sense that way.


  • Tube 20g
  • Tube 8g


Should be stored at a temperature between 5 ºC and 30 ºC.

Step by step

1. Make sure the surfaces are clean. You can roughen up the surfaces for a better grip.

2. For transparent bonding, apply a thin layer for a transparent film. Keep the items pressed for at least one hour.

3. To fill gaps that are max 5mm wide, apply a thick layer. Clamp the items together for 1 to 3 hours, making sure you don’t touch or move them. Leave for 24 hours for 70% of the full adhesion strength.

4. For a high initial grip, apply Pattex Specialty Wood adhesive on one or both surfaces in thin and even layers. Leave for between 4 and 9 minutes. Then, use as a contact adhesive. Once the glue is tacky, a little like pressure tape, press the items together immediately and press firmly. You don’t need to clamp the items together in most cases.