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Welcome and thank you for visiting HowToWeldAluminum.com. If you are looking for the easiest way to weld your aluminum part or component then you've come to the right place. Here at HowToWeldAluminum.com we have two solutions for you; TigerWeld, our easy to use do-it-yourself aluminum welding kit (for beginners and experts alike) which can be used without any expensive welding gear or special training. And... free information on MiG and TiG welding specifically for aluminum (link at the bottom of page).

Whether you're a hobbyist, mechanic, engineer, gardner, homeowner, or anyone else, TigerWeld will make an excellent addition to your tool kit. Each TigerWeld kit contains specially calibrated aluminum welding rods that allow you to join, patch, seal, cover, attach, fill or bridge your project or craft, and best of all it's simple and easy to do, in just 3 simple steps you're up and running. 

  1. Heat the aluminum part
  2. Rub the TigerWeld rod against the heated aluminum until it creates a pool (becomes liquid)
  3. Scrape the pool with the steel brush (to remove impurities released during pooling to strengthen the bond) and voilia, you're done. 

It's that easy!  Whether your working on your car, boat, a hobby or just fixing something around your home TigerWeld can help. Here's are some of the things you can it use on:

  • Cars: Including engines, gearboxes, alloy casings, crank cases, bodywork, panels, radiotor
  • Boats: Canoes, small crafts, hulls, skegs, brackets, fins, sumps
  • Home: Greenhouses, tubes, aluminum railing, alloy gutters, tools, utensils, boxes, ducts, fixtures
  • Crafts: Ornaments, toys, collectables
  • Senior Care: Wheel chair repair, crutches, prosthesis
And here's the best part, TigerWeld has a relatively low working temperature (390C; 730F) which means, you can use a common plumbers torch (a.k.a LP Torch) which can be found at your local hardware store, Homedepot, Lowes or Sears. So you don't need any expensive welding gear (which can be very costly).

So what's included? Each of our kits come with 8 TigerWeld aluminum welding rods (approximately 9" inches long x by 1/8" thick),1 steel brush (brush dimensions 7" long  x by 1" wide), and a 1 page instruction with tips and tricks. Separately, each of our kits comes with a triple protection risk free money back guarantee. If for whatever reason you are not 100% satisfied with TigerWeld and you would like your money back. Simply send it back to us, and we will refund you your money along with the cost of shipping(1).

When you're ordering from us, we want you to ensure that you have a pleasant shopping experience which is why we use paypal, a trusted online checkout program with unparrelleld online security and a powerful buyer protection program. If you you order 3 units and only receive 2, their purchase protection program will reimburse you for the entire purchase

To place an order, simply click the 'Buy Now' button below and to the right of each order option, upon clicking you will be redirected to paypal's checkout site to complete your order. Thank you for your business. 


1 TigerWeld Kit - $27.95

($27.95 + $3.95 shipping and handling)

2 TigerWeld Kits - $50.30 (a savings of 10% per kit)

(($25.15 x 2) + $3.95 shipping and handling)

3 TigerWeld Kits - $68.85 (a savings of 18% per kit)

(($22.95 x 3) + $3.95 shipping and handling)

6 TigerWeld Kits - $139.75 (buy 5, get 6th for free)

((27.95 x 5) + (1 free kit) + $3.95 shipping and handling)


(1)Refund of Shipping costs are limited to first class mail by the USPS, and we will not refund FEDEX overnight packages. Shipping charges run approximately $3.95 for 1 unit anywhere in the lower 48 states. 

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Product Information

Working Temperature:   730F; 390C

Max Tensile Strength:     up to 40,000 PSI.

Shear Strength:                18,000 to 30,000

Rockwell B. Hardness:    55 to 60




Contact Information

Kevin Regan

50 Aiken Street, Norwalk CT 06851

914-885-4854

kjregan120@yahoo.com