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Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Posted by MichelleDT (My Page) on
Sun, May 27, 12 at 13:47

Hi All,

New to the craft forum and looking for help. I would like to try and make this chandelier and need to know what is the best invisible glue that will hold glass to glass or glass to metal. E-6000? Instabond glue with Adhesive Activator, other?

Thanks!

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RE: Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Welcome Michelle!! I always use the site "This To That" to decide what glues to use. Just put in what you are attaching to what and then click on "Let's Glue."

Here is a link that might be useful: This To That


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RE: Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Hi Michelle - cool light fixture! I would ue E6000 but it is NOT an instant glue and I let it cure for 3 days...


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RE: Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Thanks for the glue advice. Going to pick up a couple glues today. The light above was actually wired together and I guess if the glue fails, I will use wire (will take a lot longer tho to wire each bulb).

They want $11,000 for that light.....

M


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RE: Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Yeah, I don't see any kind of glue that work for that.


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RE: Best Glue for Glass on Glass

Sorry this is so late, go to www.thistothat.com and type in your material, they will tell you the best adhesive to use for the job or project.


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