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High Strength Epoxy Adhesive Gel

Ideal for bonding and filling applications

This adhesive gel combines incredible durability and impact resistance with a translucent finish. A thin glue line is ideal for mitering and intricate work, backed by proven strength.



Features & Benefits

  • Premium bond strength and durability.
  • Ideal for vertical, angled and overhead work.
  • Exceptional, sustained impact resistance.
  • Withstands harshest conditions.
  • Easily coloured with Megapoxy pigments.
  • Two-part solution.


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Ideal Uses

Structural Timber

Furniture Repairs

Boat / Marine Repairs


Gap Filling & Bonding

How to use

How to Use

Megapoxy 69 is a two component, high strength, epoxy adhesive gel. It combines incredible durability and impact resistance with a translucent finish. It can be used to create a thin glue line and is ideal for mitring and intricate work.

It has a 45 minute work time and a 24 hour cure at 25ºC.

The part A is a white soft gel, while part B is a creamy yellow gel.

Surface Preparation

Concrete and stone surfaces should be prepared by grinding the surface and removing all the dust and debris.
This helps ensure effective bonding contact.

Compressed air can be used to remove dust from cracks and holes.

Clean metal surfaces with acetone to remove any oils or contaminants.

Safety and PPE

Megapoxy 69 is VOC-free. As with all epoxy resins, please wear appropriate PPE, including eyewear gloves and clothing.


IMPORTANT. Only make a suitable quantity that can be used within the 45 minute work time!

Megapoxy 69 should be mixed on a non-porous, flat surface.

Using individual spatulas for Part A and Part B, measure out equal amounts from their pots. Place them next to each other on the mixing surface. Ensure you have the same height and roundness for both parts BEFORE combining.

To combine, using the spatulas, begin by folding part A over part B and then working together in a zig-zag motion.

Make sure to scrape the underneath the combined product and onto the flat mixing surface. This will help to collect and combine any un-mixed part A or B.

While mixing the epoxy, be sure to clean the spatulas by scraping off any un-combined Part A or part B and mixing thoroughly.

When the epoxy appears completely streak-free (approximately 3mins), and uniform in colour, its ready for use.


Megapoxy 69 can be applied by trowel; gunned with a standard 300ml caulking gun or a caterers’ piping bag.

To load into a caulking gun, first trowel the combined Megapoxy 69 onto an A4 sheet of paper. Roll up the paper narrow enough to fit into the gun cylinder and seal.

Sawdust or epoxy pigments can be added within the work-time to match your timber colour if desired.


Uncured Megapoxy 69 can be cleaned with Megapoxy Thinners.

Please Dispose of contents and container in accordance with local, regional, national and international regulations.


Although applying Megapoxy 69 is easy and fast, it will cure stronger than concrete with good chemical resistance and can be machined, sanded and polished to a fine finish.

For further technical information, refer to TDS.

Techncial downloads Projects

History in the making: fast, lasting solutions for heritage-listed bridge

In 2020, Megapoxy solutions were used to help repair and strengthen the top chord of Crankies Plain Bridge over Coolumbooka River. Still a high-traffic crossing, this heritage-listed structure was completed in 1892 – and is one of only seven McDonald timber truss road bridges remaining in the state.

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