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Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

Posted by Des_Arc_Ya_Ya (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 3, 05 at 9:18

Do you have to have a special kind? Will hot glue work?

Wanting to glue pasta shapes on glass and then paint it for a vase. (I know..I know...LOL)


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

There is a glue site:

WWW.thistothat.com


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

I think you might try GE Silicone II clear for doors and windows or for bathroom and kitchen (same thing we are told)


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

Aquarium silicone is used to both glue and waterproof an aquarium when you glue the sides together.


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

I haven't posted here before, but this caught my eye. What are you doing with your glass? I do fused glass and we often call in the "big guns" glue E6000.
jan


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

Have you done your glueing yet, YaYa?

If not, my favorite for glass (small projects) is Duco Cement. It will even fill/repair a crack or bullet hole in a window pane (don't ask!).

You can get it for about $1.00 a tube at hardwares and even some dollar stores. It is great stuff.

Here's a link, just so you can see what you'd be looking for...

Here is a link that might be useful: Duco Cement


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

No, I haven't yet. Have had grandkids off and on for weeks. When they're gone - I'VE been the one who was off! LOL

Thanks for the link, though. That's exactly what I was looking for - something fast and something cheap! LOL


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

This may be too late of an answer but i do glass on glass mosaics and what "we"(mosaicers) like the best is Weldbond. The best part is you can use it for EVERYTHING!! Even dilute it and use as a sealer! They have a website but I get mine at ace hardware. I can get a gallon jug for 25.00.


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RE: Glue/Adhesive for Use on Glass?

I agree with lilpeaches - weldbond is great.

I wouldn't use silicone of any type if you are going to paint it later. Paint doesn't stick to silicon. Hate for you to get all done and then not have the paint stick to it.


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