Asked on Nov 18, 2019

What can I use to adhere my freezer shelves to the door?



Fix my freezer door please. On the freezer door, the pieces of plastic that hold items on the shelves came off. I’m holding them on there now with painters tape, which I’m surprised is even working. Is there a glue or ?? That will hold up under the freezing cold please?

5 answers
  • Cynthia H
    Cynthia H
    on Nov 18, 2019

    When ours broke, I found out that the manufacturer made a repair kit. You just need the model number. If they aren't available, epoxy should hold the pieces together.

  • Pamela
    on Nov 18, 2019

    Hi ! You can try E6000 ...I had this issue years ago , I bought 2 pull out drawers , made out of plastic , they were about the size of a women's shoebox , a little smaller . I kept opened bags , that are hard to stack in the drawers . That left the tops to be used like a shelf . Good luck !

  • Gk
    on Nov 19, 2019

    Many times you can order any parts you need. You will need the manufacturer, the model and serial number. Those numbers are usually located somewhere on the freezer. Maybe on the door or on the back. You might be able to find them online from the manufacturer. I have had to order shelf clips for my freezer. I was able to find the clips by checking with the manufacturer first.

  • William
    on Nov 19, 2019

    Two part epoxy should work. Get one for plastic.

  • Em
    on Mar 22, 2021

    White screws. My fridge door shelves broke. Drill a hole just smaller than the screw you are using. You do not want any air to leak thru hole so add a clear or white silicone to the screw threads before you reattach the plastic shelf. You will not be able to remove it once the silicone sets up so be precise in where you want it.

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