How do you glue a plastic football figure?
Use super glue for this.
You have to use glue of course and you need someone to hold it together while you glue it
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Drano Max Gel works. It disolves...plus its safe for plastic Better (much safer) answer: Assuming we're talking about the standard kinds of glue left over from labels and such, just use some oily substance. Oil, moisturizer, or even tissues containing moisturizer are often enough to do the job.… ANS 3 - Depends what kind pf 'plastic' and what kind of glue. Goo Gone is good, so is Lift-Off, for some glues on some plastics. (MORE)
you don't ANS 2 - There are hundreds of kinds of "PLASTIC" -please be more specific.
Depends on the kind of plastic, but try 100% clear silicone . It's good with many plastics. ( but in future ,please be more specific, - 'plastic' covers hundreds of different compounds.
You may take Goo Gone and rub it in, in circles, until the superglue comes off. Or use Goo Gone multiple times until glue is off of the surface. Actually goo gone is NOT SAFE for use on plastics and will "melt" the plastic surface. This damage is NOT repairable (I found out the hard way!) OR … Use rubbing alcohol - take a q-tip, dip it in the rubbing alcohol, and rub at the dried glue until it softens. Then wipe or rinse it away. ANS 2 - You can NOT successfully remove superglue from any plastic. It almost always mars the surface. (MORE)
Isopropyl will remove only elmers glue from plastic, not super glue. once it gets on there, you can't remove it.
There will be solvent for the plastic. -Find out WHAT plastic, then get the solvent. -A 'plastics' store or plumbing store is your best bet.
Amazing Goop! Automotive contact adheisive I used this glue to rebuild the headlight casing on my car, All Plastic. This glue is clear, and will bond anything, water tight with a quick bond. THIS STUFF ROCKS!!! ANS 2 -There are HUNDREDS of kinds of 'plastic' - many plastics are best g…lued with their own adhesive creating a 'welding' or 'melting' kind of action. Some others can only be glued successfully with epoxies. Many can be glued by contact cement. - The spray type contact cement is excellent. (MORE)
There are many kinds of plastics with many different glues. I suspect you may be asking about plastic models, in this case polystyrene glue available in hobby stores is best.
To make plastic glue there is a formula derived from milk heat a cup of milk and add 3-4 spoons of vinegar. Strain the curds from the whey maybe water absorbing paper towel use the lumpy bits to make an adhesive by adding a couple of teaspoons of baking soda and water to dilute. Scuff surfaces of pl…astic before applying adhesive. Allow to dry for a day or two. (MORE)
Depends on the type of plastic. Many plastics have glue made from their solutions. Some can be partially dissolved and joined together by the right chemical, some needs to be prepped with an etching agent to get a glue to stick to them.
Paul E. Cope invented Thermo plastic glue also known as "Hot Glue" it is used in Hot Glue guns.
No plastic is used as glue, though some components may be the same in each other.
Depends on which glue. Many can be cut off with a sharp thin blade, then removed entirely with a solvent. The problem is in finding a solvent that does not damage the plastic.
hmmm, That would depend on the plastic. but, I really don't think it would melt most plastics.
either super glue or epoxy you could also use a hot glue gun and it should stick to the wood for sure. but use super glue ok thanks for being dum
My advice would be to use "model Master's" clear parts cement and window maker glue which goes on colorless and dries completely clear. Hope this helps.
There are hundreds of 'plastics' and each has a specific glue. Best for one may not be best for another , - Name your glue -
Go Be Gone products have worked for us in the past during vintage toy and action figure restoration.
Depending on the plastic, you may be able to pull it off with pliers, not all plastics are compatible with any glue.
Fine shards and chips of plexiglass can, if immersed in Methyl Ketone style liquids,become acrylic glues.
The best method would be to use a solvant. Acetone has been suggested by the manufacturer as a good solvant for the glue. Acetone is often found in household nail polish remover, and a small amount on the end of a Q-tip or cotton swab applied directly to the glue should dissolve the bond. ANS 2 …- Acetone will make even more of a mess on plastic than super glue did ! Shave it off carefully with a razor held flat,or a sharp craft knife, then sand it lightly till marks are gone. (MORE)
Glues suitable for each specific plastic, and there are dozens. Just because a glue works on one kind of plastic, doesn't make it universal.
Acrylic glue. =Weld On #3, #4 or #16. That's basically the same acrylic glue in different viscosities, available in plastics shops.
ALL plastics have their own particular glue or solvent - USE it rather than any other.
It there isn't much stress between the plastic and the wood, you should be able to use wood glue to join them. However, if the plastic is extremely smooth, I doubt it will have a strong hold. I tried to use wood glue to attach plastic sheet to wood last night, and so far it is holding. But if I inde…nt the plastic near the wood, it looks like the plastic starts to pull away from the hardened glue. In a different area I tried to use contact cement, but that didn't work well either. The plastic got quite warped, like some chemical reaction was causing it to melt slightly. Also, the cement seems to be taking a very long time to harden - I wonder if that is due to the chemical reaction too. So for light duty the wood glue will bond to plastic, but for a strong hold neither it nor the contact cement are great choices... ANS 2 -Questions like this would be MUCH easier to answer if people stopped using loose terms like 'plastic' . -That word covers over a hundred different materials, with different properties and densities. Many plastics have many different solvents, and hence - many glues and adhesives. - Please - be specific, say polystyrene, PVC, vinyl, polypropylene, all are different plastics and need different adhesives ! (MORE)
Depends on the type of plastic. Many types can be sanded lightly, then polished to get rid of marks.
There are many different plastics and consequently, many different glues to stick them. You would have to specify which plastic.
Goof Off will probably work without damaging the bottle. You didn't say what KIND of glue ,so it's hard to be certain.
i found a solvent kind of glue called dichloroethene works well ANS 2 - 'Plastic' is such a nebulous term. There are so many different plastics these days that a question like this is almost impossible to answer. - Polystyrene, Polyvinyl, vinyl, PVC, ABS, CPVC, plexiglass, Lucite, acrylite ,etc,… are all 'Plastics' and each takes a different adhesive. (MORE)
On the most bottles of Super Glue it says under the Directions label "Do not use on Fabric" so I would think that wouldn't work too well.
Yes, you can break the bond from almost any glue. ANS 2 - NOT TRUE ! - If glue appropriate to the plastic is used properly it will almost never break on the glue joint, but close to it. - Same goes for wood glue -if I join 2 pieces of wood, you will never break it at the joint !
Polystyrene plastic is the main component of millions of plastic. There are a number of polystyrene glues available in model and hobby stores. Almost all are a form of Butanone. I prefer to use MEK for my models. Mek is a form of industrial butanone. Super glues can also be used in polystyrene plast…ic. (MORE)
try to chip it off with the edge of a screw driver! ANS 2 - There are SO MANY types of 'plastic' that a sensible answer is almost impossible. ( -But it certainly would not involve any chipping with screwdrivers.)
Acetone will destroy most plastics. Try Goof-off. Or go to a salon or Walmart and buy non-acetone nail polish remover. That works on some solvent-based glues.
You can not dissolve it as anything that dissolves contact glue will also dissolve the plastic. Best way is to cut off what you can with a sharp craft knife.
Of course ANS 2 - Better to epoxy it as the gas may act as a solvent on the super glue.
Epoxy will glue almost all plastics with the exception of the 'slippery' ones like polypropylelen, polyethylene, PEX, CPVC, and similar.
Horse feet. ANS 2 - Elmer's Glue and most 'white' glues are made of polyvinyl acetate.
I've done this with 100% silicon from a caulk tube. -To help the joint, I also 'riveted' it with grommets every 4 feet so I could put rope through. -It hasn't come apart in 3 years use.
There are hundreds of kinds of 'plastics', each with their own best glues.For instance, what glues ABS, will not glue PVC, what glues polystyrene will not glue Lexan. -You must specify a plastic.
Many of the modern glues will glue plastics to wood. ( Don't try with school glue or white glue, they will appear to stick, but will come off the plastic quite easily when fully cured. ) The kind of glues that WILL do this well are any epoxy or a silicone based glue like 'Goop' or 'Seal All'. They …will stick well to plastics and quite well to wood and will harden in about an hour. (MORE)
No, most plastics are smooth and non-porous. For wood glue to work well it needs to soak into the materials that it's gluing. It can not do this with plastic, so will seem to stick at first, but will come loose when fully cured.
NO, PVC is very sensitive to which glue is used. In Domestic pipe applications you should use Weld-On 711
well i think its best to put olive oil on the object (metal and plastic) and then take a knife and jag it in. if your under 14 ask a adult to help you jag the knife in. once you have jagged it in put it in fully and then pull the knife out and then peel it off with your hands. if this does not w…ork for you i am truly sorry but it did work for me. (MORE)
AS there is no single plastic, there is no single glue used to stick plastic. Many different plastics use many different glues.
an number of glues mainly strong ones like the ones the come in that tube with a nozzel and u have to get a tool to squeeze it out. . /\ - something like this!. ==. | |. | |. | |. ---.
You can purchase plastic glue from stores such as The Home Depot. Alternatively, you can also purchase this glue online from retailers such as Amazon.
Super glue does not stick well to wood. It's more suited to smooth, shiny surfaces.
Elmer's Epoxy and Elmer's Spray Adhesive will stick to plastic wrap. - Elmer's School glue and Elmer's Glue -All will NOT stick to plastic wrap.
they don't use glue they use heat and pressure the very tips of the bag to seal it