Castaloy Instructions

Now you can do the impossible! With no effort, you can repair any kind of cast iron in a jiffy! It can’t be any easier with our simple three step Castaloy process. Castaloy will give you a weld that is stronger than the original cast metal and all you need is a simple hand-held propane torch. It’s so easy that anyone can do it.

Item you can repair with Castaloy:

Antiques & Figurines
Wrought Iron Fencing
Engine Blocks
Cast Iron Cookware, Pans, skillets & griddles
Stoves, Radiators & Fireplaces
Anything else made of cast iron that you can think of

Three Simple Steps

Thoroughly prepare the surface to be Castaloy-welded with a wire brush. Brush on the special surface liquid prep (a small bottle comes with every order of 4 or more Castaloy rods). Then, using a hand-held simple propane torch, heat up the cast iron part so that when you touch the Castaloy rod to the cast iron part you are repairing, it begins to liquefy.




No high temperature welding

The relatively low, safe temperatures of the Castaloy rod allow it to flow freely at just 500 degrees fahrenheit. Repairs are quickly achieved simply by heating the pieces to be repaired to that point and then joining them together, or directing the flowing Castaloy to the cracks or areas to be repaired. Then, simply allow the area to cool. The result? A Castaloy weld that is permanent, stronger than the original cast material, and ready to be filed, painted, antiqued or finished anyway you choose. It’s also ready to go to work! An instant repair — with no special skills or abilities — for just pennies!