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101 Handy Repair Pack & Epoxy Packs

101 Handy Repair Pack

Everything you need to complete small repairs around the boat, shop, or home. The Handy Repair Pack contains two WEST SYSTEM® 105 Resin®/205 Fast Hardener® 101-T packets and enough adhesive filler to complete a variety of coating and bonding operations. Also included are a 2″ x 10″ piece of 9 oz fiberglass tape (useful for patching, reinforcing, or abrasion resistance), an application brush, a reusable mixing stick, pipe cleaner, two cleaning pads, and complete instructions. The components can be mixed in the disposable package.

101 Handy Repair Packs are designed for small, quick repairs for:

  • Wood bonding
  • Fiberglass
  • Reinforcing fabrics
  • Composite materials
  • Variety of metals

105 Epoxy Resin®/205 Fast Hardener® Repair Packets, 6 ea.

Additional pre-measured packets of 105 Resin/205 Hardener are available in packs of six.

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  • Marine
  • Boat Repair
  • Adhesion
  • Fabrication
  • Furniture

101 Repair Pack Includes:

  • 2 | 105 Epoxy Resin/205 Fast Hardener 101-T Packets
  • 2 | Alcohol Wipes
  • 1 | 1 oz | 406 Colloidal Silica Filler
  • 1 | 9 oz | 729 Glass Tape, 2″ x 10″
  • 1 | Application Brush
  • 1 | Reusable Mixing Stick
  • 1 | Pipe Cleaner


  • 6 | 0.56 fl oz 105 Resin/205 Hardener Packets

Epoxy Facts


Modifying with fillers and additives makes WEST SYSTEM epoxy extremely versatile for a wide variety of bonding and coating applications. Epoxy can be thickened to the ideal consistency needed for a particular job. Epoxy thickened with adhesive (high-density) fillers strengthens structural bonds, bridges gaps, and fills voids. Epoxy thickened with fairing (low-density) fillers is easily sanded and shaped after it cures.


The term “laminating” refers to the process of bonding numbers of relatively thin layers, like plywood, veneers, fabrics or core material to create a composite. A composite may be any number of layers of the same material or combinations of different materials. Methods of epoxy application and clamping will differ depending on what you are laminating.