What specific glue is best for gluing aluminum to aluminum?
J B Weld is best for this.
Clear 100% silicone.
5 second nail glue. It's a specific brand of glue and one of the few things that will adhere to glass.
White glue will work for that.
LePage's Metal Epoxy or LePage Press-Tite Contact.
I don't believe there is a single "best glue ever" . It depends on the usage and what material you are gluing.
If gluing paper to paper, white glue is best.
Silicone is best for this.
Epoxy would be best for that.
Either use a hot glue gun or some super glue.
Epoxy is best for gluing glass to wood.
I use TiteBond wood glue . It works very well for that.
for best results put glue on both objects
The best glue to use when gluing a porcelain doll back together is E6000. This glue holds better than Gorilla Glue or Superglue.
The best is Weld On 711 when used with purple primer.
100% clear silicone is best for this.
Contact cement works well for that.
If this is gluing the shaft into the head, epoxy is best.
Epoxy is the only thing for that.
PVA glue ANS 2 Epoxy or carpenters yellow glue may be best, depending exactly what you are gluing.
Gorilla Glue will do the job.
ABS yellow glue is the correct glue for ABS pipe. The only other glue to consider is Weld On Transition cement if you are gluing ABS to PVC parts.
It depends what you are gluing - that is why there are so many different adhesives.
There is a type of glue known as Goop, which is your best bet for gluing leather to foam. A well stocked hardware store will carry Goop.
Krazy Glue works best if the foil is smooth, not wrinkled up.
Sewing buttons on is better than gluing them.
Depends on what you are gluing to what, and what it will be exposed to- moisture, heat, etc. If you are gluing paper to paper you can use a thin mix of flour and water as a glue. Wait until it dries thoroughly.
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.
Depends what you are gluing.
Epoxy is definitely the best for rocks and slabs of granite. Make sure the surface where epoxy is going is totally dust free !
It depends WHAT you are gluing. Each glue is made for a particular surface or type of surface. Very few glues are totally universal. Generally glues can be divided to 2 types -1 - for rough porous surfaces ( epoxies and heavy liquid glues) , -2, for smooth, impenetrable surfaces (Cyanoacrylates )
There are hundreds of 'plastics' and each has a specific glue. Best for one may not be best for another , -Name your glue -
It depends on which product you are gluing. Some glues will be excellent for one product and no use for another, so it's pointless to ask ' which is best 'without naming what you are gluing. - Having said that, I will say that the strongest wood glue has been proven in strict tests by "Fine Woodworking " magazine to be Tite Bond lll .
TiteBond 2 is the best wood glue that I've tried. It's commonly available in most hardware stores, Rona and Home Depot. It's a little more expensive than white glue or Elmer's, but worth the difference if gluing wood. -To use it to full advantage, clamp all joint for 4 hours after gluing.
Hot gluing is used lots in arts and crafts. Also, minor repairing of laminated surfaces around the home. Be careful when gluing surfaces that can melt with high heat, like Styrofoam - best to use regular glue for that. Just a added note: I have received gifts (a bird house) that was put together with hot glue, it fell apart. there are better glues out there. Depending on the use and the material you are… Read More
Wood glue is better FOR GLUING WOOD than any other type of glue !
Depends what you are gluing it onto - more detail needed please.
They can each be stronger, depending on what they are gluing. Each one has a different purpose and is formulated to stick different materials.
Some people use "speed glue" to enhance the speed.
It depends where the lino is. If it is a trailer, yes, use glue. Lots of glue. If its in your house, I think gluing around the edges is a good idea, if not the whole thing. ANS 2 -The location doesn't matter. If it's good quality thick lino it will not need gluing . If it's cheap thin lino then it must be glued with a good vinyl glue.
Depends what part of the freezer you are gluing.
A variety of smaller jobs gluing smooth surfaces.
Because PVA is the appropriate glue for wood.
PVA is for gluing, paper, card and wood.
It depends on what your goal is. If you are gluing wood to wood then wood glue is typically the best answer. However, if you are looking for something temporary then Elmers white glue is better, it's seal is far easier to break than wood glue. Also if you are trying to glue different materials together, like wood and metal, then a adhesive like Liquid Nails is best, however Gorrila Glue will also work and… Read More
JB Weld provides a Med strength Bond a long full cure time but proves a very solid bond this would unsuitable for joints that will take alot of stress. Epoxy even when both sides are sanded can some lose if the joint is struck. There is a Aviation Glue you can get from a specialst supplier that is extremely good but also quite expensive but provides a very soild seamless join.
It depends what you are gluing. Elmers glue would be stronger on 2 pieces of wood, but a glue stick would possibly be better on 2 pieces of plastic.
A smooth, clean surface containing no grease.
I would use clear silicone.
Yes, I wouldn't do it !
100% clear silicone is the only thing that will do it successfully.