The inner frame of this shade broke. I've tried hot glue and tape .

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How can I hold and fix frame?
q the inner frame of this shade broke i ve tried hot glue and tape
q the inner frame of this shade broke i ve tried hot glue and tape
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  • Janice Janice on Apr 29, 2018
    You may be able to repair it with a small gauge wire by looping the wire around the parts multiple times. You can find the wire at home improvement stores. Good luck.
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  • William William on Apr 29, 2018
    You can try a two part epoxy made for metal or two part epoxy putty. I suggest Locktite or J.B. Weld.
  • Flipturn Flipturn on Apr 30, 2018
    If the mounting metal pieces continue to fall apart, another option might be to buy a plain inexpensive shade with the same mount, that fits snugly inside this one. The light coming through the shade will be a little darker of course due to the increased thickness of the shade, but you could always just use a stronger bulb to compensate for this.
  • Ian Howarth Ian Howarth on Apr 30, 2018
    Can you try a splint, it might work. slainte mhath.

  • Bonnie Bonnie on Apr 30, 2018
    Gorilla glue ! Use a small dot at broken area & dry & cure overnight! Gorilla glue us quite handy for lots of things! Don't give up! πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
  • 9530106 9530106 on Apr 30, 2018
    https://www.lampshadeshop.com/lampshades13b.htm You can buy replacement spiders very inexpensively. Here is one link.
  • Debbie Debbie on Apr 30, 2018
    I used the$store cheap adhesive to fix mine. So far so good.
  • Tae Tae on Apr 30, 2018
    can you solder it With an soldering iron
  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Dec 05, 2020

    Hi Renae, while hot glue is really easy to use, it's more suited to crafting projects and not DIY. I always use this brilliant site that let's you enter what you want to glue to what and it will tell you the best glue to use - https://www.thistothat.com/ I always use it to check first.