Something to glue wine bottles together to form wall?

by Vivalonso
I've been collecting wine bottles and would like to make a short wall outside in the garden by gluing them together upright. Has anyone had this experience? Thanks!
  15 answers
  • The Rozy Home The Rozy Home on Mar 01, 2015
    I haven't but maybe gorilla glue or liquid nail?
  • Katie Katie on Mar 01, 2015
    Or E6000 maybe...? Not sure they will stay together glued upright...
  • Vivalonso Vivalonso on Mar 01, 2015
    Thanks Rosie and Katie!
  • Dottie Unruh Dottie Unruh on Mar 01, 2015
    E6000, but I would lightly sand the glue joint first for better cohesion.
  • Eileen B. Eileen B. on Mar 01, 2015
  • Stacy Grover Stacy Grover on Mar 01, 2015
    super glue ... I use it for everything . Just don't glue your fingers....
  • Brownie Brownie on Mar 01, 2015
    They showed a wall like this in the Mideast scenes in trsnsformers movie, #2 I believe. Inspired me to want one, but haven't been able to collect the bottles yet. Id suggest you think along lines of caulking or plaster, even concrete if outside.... Watch the transformers movie where they look for old ancient primes that sacrificed themselves for the arc of leadership, or whatever they called it.
  • Dee Dee on Mar 01, 2015
    E6000 does not last outside. I tried gluing some glass on ceramic and it fell off from the moisture in the air. I would use silicone to glue the bottles, it is meant for moisture and cold. That is what I am going to use next time.
  • Tracy Tracy on Mar 01, 2015
    My thought would be to drill a whole thru the bottle of each wine bottle and "thread" them on to a rod of metal or wood.
  • Brownie Brownie on Mar 01, 2015
    They make these type of walls in the middle east all the time to utilize sunlight but enjoy privacy. Better than windows. That's why I mentioned that movie... Transformers: The Fallen. Near end of movie, when shia and Megan run through buildings to hide when being hunted, they show multiple walls like this.... Some type of clay/plaster/cement/mortar.... I will try to find a photo from movie.
  • Brownie Brownie on Mar 01, 2015
    Here's a different picture... Love the liquor bottles upright!
  • Brownie Brownie on Mar 01, 2015
    There were also examples of plastic bottles filled with sand and stacked in tropical ànd desert climates
  • Brownie Brownie on Mar 01, 2015
    There was a different example on the tree hugger website of a guy who used open bottles near a river, and when weather worsened with wind and rain, the bottles would whistle. But this house in photo shows different bottles used together.
  • D & K D & K on Mar 02, 2015
    Lowes offers a brand of thin set mortar specifically designed to "stick" glass blocks together, You might check into that. Personally I'd use one of the quality silicone adhesive caulks if you're going vertical.
  • Dorothy Dorothy on Mar 02, 2015
    No help in how to glue/mortar together but possibly a great idea for a sun room or greenhouse?