100% Repair Gel

Features and Benefits

Pattex 100% Repair Gel is a gel structured adhesive for all your small repairs in and around the house.

No more sagging in vertical applications while gap filling. No more slipping parts and dripping during the application.

Pattex 100% Repair Gel is safe to use with its 0% solvent formula and 100% active ingredients. It is certificated by TÜV.

Turn your small repairs for all materials into big successes with Pattex 100% Repair Gel.



  • Tube 20g
  • Tube 8g


Application areas:

  • Tiles
  • Plaster
  • Metal(such as Aluminium, Zinc)
  • Concrete
  • Polystyrene
  • Ceramic
  • Rigid PU Foam
  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Leather
  • Plastic(such as PVC, ABS…)     
  • Textile
  • Cork
  • Wood



Should be stored in cool and dry areas.

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Product Features

Tips & Tricks:

Fix, rebuild or glue

The choice is yours. Pattex 100% Repair Gel isn’t just designed to be used as an adhesive. With its gap filling feature, you can even use it for vertical application thanks to its gel structure.


Paint, sand or finish

Pattex 100% Repair Gel is formulated for strong bonds and fillings. And, with its formula that is 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 curing

Even if you work with the utmost precision, some Pattex 100% Repair Gel 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 start to cure.


Once cured

Even if you know what you’re doing, mistakes can sometimes happen. Once hard, Pattex 100% Repair Gel can only be removed mechanically. The best thing to do is use a scraper. But be sure to read the instructions, so you know exactly what you’re doing.


Don’t mix UV and moisture

Pattex 100%Repair Gel should not be used for sealing glass that is exposed both to UV light and moisture.


1. Before gluing, check that the surfaces to be joined are load-bearing, free of grease and dust. Vacuuming the surfaces is a good idea. Old adhesive and sealant residues should also be removed, and paint coatings that aren't properly adhered. To protect adjoining areas, simply mask them off with films or adhesive tapes.

2. Apply a thin coat of glue on one of the material you want to glue. To fill gaps that are max 5mm wide, apply a thick layer.

3. Clamp the items together for a while, making sure you don’t touch or move them.

4. Final resistance after 24h.

For a high initial grip, apply Pattex 100% Repair Gel adhesive on one or both surfaces in thin and even layers.  Once the glue is tacky, press the items firmly together. You don’t need to clamp the items together in most cases.