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  1. The Gods Right-Hand Man

    I disagree.

    UHU Power is what I use. Fixed a large bowl last month, broken into 7 pieces, made it water-tight.Thinner joins than you have so I ended up with the pieces being less than a millimetre out of alignment overall.

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  2. Robert Boyd

    throw it out, the crack will open again eventually. There is no such thing as a permanent glue repair for ceramics using off the shelf products.

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  3. James Andonian

    Broke my sink, dropped a large glass bottle in it and it chipped the sink and also left long hairline fractures from one size of the sink to the other. It does leak and I just filled the chipped area with some clear epoxy and used my finger to wipe some along the crack. Will sand everything flush once it cures. Is this repairable? Ty

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  4. Bruno Miranda

    +Charlie DIYte Thanks for warning that this is not a good method for ceramics that will be used for food!
    I've broken my coffee mug, any suggestion for a glue that can be used on this, safe for drinking tea and coffee again from this mug after repair? Thanks! 🙂

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  5. G-Master Sub-Zero

    I'm going to give this a try. I broke my favorite coffee mug by forgetting it in…. the freezer. Thankfully it didn't break up to much. Just two fragments from the bottom and a crack up the side.

    I'm looking forward on trying your method.

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  6. Rajwant Kaur

    Can i usethis glue to join the plaster handcasts to the wooden shadow box??n how much time ths glue takes to dry?do i need to put pressure??

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