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I need a good glue for heavy plastic

Posted by Heidiho (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 21, 04 at 18:06

I have a top heavy "singing sunflower thingy" made from heavy plastic and the grandkids broke the stem part of it during the holidays. I've tried all kinds of glue but nothing is working. Any ideas? Thanks and have a very nice evening.

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RE: I need a good glue for heavy plastic

website named
type in the two items you are glueing together and it will tell you the appropriate glue needed.

RE: I need a good glue for heavy plastic

My favorite glue is E6000. I use it for everything just about. I put glass beads on a bowling ball (one year in the Texas sun and rain - good so far). It works really good on firm plastic and ceramics. Michaels sells it.

RE: I need a good glue for heavy plastic

Gorilla glue recommendation from me - it glues concrete pieces, among other things

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