Bonding plastic to plastic

My refrigerator bins can no longer fit into the rails because they broke...I have all the pieces.............................should I use epoxy or what??????????????

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  • William William on Feb 23, 2018
    You can try a two part epoxy but it may not work because the type of plastic used for temperature changes. If you can't repair them you may be able to buy replacements.

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  • Sharon Sharon on Feb 24, 2018
    Doubt it would hold up to daily wear and tear, I would focus on finding replacements..... I would talk to the store where you brought it, cause sometimes they haul frigs to the dump when someone buys a new one. All those frigs wind up at the dump in a recycling area here, and you could talk to the dump manager to see if you could score one or two.
  • Fix It Jen Fix It Jen on Feb 24, 2018
    Since you need it to work in different temperatures, I'd try Shoe Goo. Be careful not to block the tracks!
  • Castrang17 Castrang17 on Feb 24, 2018
    The plastic is worn out and brittle, time to replace. Check with an appliance store, Habitat for Humanity store or a local appliance repairman, they sometimes have just what you want.
  • Melbrooks Melbrooks on Feb 24, 2018
    I've had really good luck with E6000 on all different types of plastic. You might try that.
  • B. Enne B. Enne on Feb 25, 2018
    Hi, my replacement bins would have cost $200 each. They were the type that the front panel slides into channels on the bin itself. I drilled a hole through the side and the front and slipped a $ store cable tie through it. It held really well. I placed it so it would be inconspicuous. I'm not sure if that would work in your case, but I saved a lot of money.
    • Lorraine Lorraine on Feb 25, 2018
      I am glad you saved $200.00...... have not inquired on the replacement yet. Thanks for the info
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