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 Posted: Wed Nov 17th, 2010 06:20 pm
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I've got an electric pizelle (?) maker.  There's a plastic part on the unit that broke and it's pretty useless in this condition.  I sure could use a "what works" glue recommendation for something that will bond plastic and stay stuck around pretty high temps.  So far, I've only managed very successful "fails".

Also, if anyone knows of a glue that is great for glass, I'd love to hear about it.  Conservation grade stuff is what I'm really looking to find out about.  But I'll settle for dries clear, functional recommendations.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 17th, 2010 07:53 pm
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I have used a 2 part "brown " glue repairing a rust hole on a galvenize dish washer tub, but can't remember the product name.
Also have some succes with Gorilla glue.

You might want to go the a hardware store and look at 20 different glues hanging there.

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epoxy putty will bond anything and tolerates heat/cold

as for the glass glue? most aquarium/fish stores sell small tubes of the aquarium safe silicon, its an adhesive and has great bonding strength, after cured it is non-toxic cause fish dont die being in water that touches it

 



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