I tried gorilla glue but it didn’t hold after the sun heated it up and made it brittle.
E6000 or JBWeld
I've used E6000 and also Marine Goop and both have worked well for me.
Here is a handy glue site:
I use E6000 but it does take a few minutes to solidify and hold. Some people use hot glue AND E6000 to get it to hold instantly then permanently. Put hot glue around edge and permanent glue in middle and press down to make level to get E6000 to take hold. This works for both ceramic to ceramic and ceramic to metal. Hope this helps!
Try Loctite Marine glue, you can buy it at Lowes. It is very strong and waterproof.
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Hi there, I love using a web site called "This to That" - https://www.thistothat.com/ to figure out what the best glue is for projects. You just need to enter the two things you want to glue together and they'll tell what to use.
Hi CJ, I realize this is quite an old question, but I thought I'd share 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.