Asked on Jan 16, 2015

What type of adhesive to reattach an arm on a resin made figurine

An arm has broken off a a resin figurine. I need some suggestions on how to reattach it.
  10 answers
  • Brenda Pippin Brenda Pippin on Jan 16, 2015
    I would use crazy glue or super glue. it holds the best that I have found. Hope this helps. GOD BLESS.
  • Donna Byram Donna Byram on Jan 16, 2015
    E6000 Clear works great!
  • Terra Gazelle Terra Gazelle on Jan 16, 2015
    Epoxy. It bonds to the molecules of the object, doesn't just glue. It can end up stronger then it started.. There is nothing as bonding as Epoxy.
  • DR DR on Jan 17, 2015
    I would use E6000!
  • Kathie taylor Kathie taylor on Jan 17, 2015
    I just did the same thing, I used Gorilla Super Glue. I have the E6000, but it would be hard to work with if it's a small area. I also have a VAST selection of glues, other brands of super glue...but the Gorilla worked so well I used it on several items I just wasn't sure about. I'm not normally a brand supporter...but this stuff beats anything I've ever used!
  • HappyGrandmaGA HappyGrandmaGA on Jan 17, 2015
    I had a resin boy holding an umbrella that fell & broke. Used super glue and that worked great!!! Also, I have stone steps at my front porch & the landscapers broke the edge off of one. Again, super glue did the trick!! I also now put a planter on the edge of each step so someone does not step on it & break it again but it did work perfectly!!!
  • Lindcurt Lindcurt on Jan 17, 2015
  • Harriett S. Riley Harriett S. Riley on Jan 18, 2015
    hriley i greatly appreciate everyone's suggestions. I ended up using 5min. epoxy. It seems to have done the trick!
  • Marlene Marlene on Jan 19, 2015
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