No have dentist put it back on.
You use a toothbrush or toothpaste. You can also go to the dentist
My wisdom tooth cracked but it is still in my mouth I would like to glue it together myself rather then go to a dentist what glue do you recommend I use?
Go to the dentist! Never try to fix that kind of thing yourself it will only make it worse...yea the dentist can be expensive but it will cost you more later when you screw up your tooth!
No type of glue should be used on seat belts.
I use polystyrene glue and super glue. Both available at the hobby store.
White glue will work on felt.
I can see why you would think that, but in fact glue is not used. Dentists use a type of bonding cement to fix the brackets onto the rollers. If it's coming loose, don't try and fix it yourself, just call up your dentist and he'll reattach it for you!
The best type of glue for ABS is Oatey Standard Yellow cement.
Epoxy is the type of glue to use on bakelite.
Silicone would work for that.
White glue , Super glue . Leave it for about a few minutes for it to dry
Do not glue it, no glue will be safe for this. I advise you to go to the dentist who will fully understand and replace your current retainer.
I would suggest a polyuerthane type glue, (like Gorilla Glue) and follow label directions.
I would use gorilla glue, that stuff will glue just about anything together. Make sure to use only a little bit, it expands and "foams" when drying.
you can use another type of glue and stick it to that and get it off?
Epoxy Resin is probably the strongest.
if material is wood-then wood glue
a dentist will num you up with a needle and put glue on the tooth and cover it with a wire that they use to heal it in place (you have to wear it for about a month) after that you may or may not need a root canal
You use polystyrene glue, which will be sold in the store you buy the kit.
White glue or yellow carpenters glue will both work.
No. The hot glue gun sticks are type of thermal glue. A candle is only wax. It has no strength in bonding.
Home made flour, water and salt. - Or white glue.
you use glue; there is a specific type of glue made for fake nails.
I would use a two part epoxy.
you use glue,type and sisores
Yes you can. This answer is inaccurate please see a dentist do not use super glue. Super glue (cyanoacrylate) will not properly set in extremely wet environments like the mouth. Also you would run a severe risk of possibly gluing your lips together and needing to visit the emergency room!!!
They actually dont use glue they use cement!!
They put glue on the expander and stick it on.
You can get special porcelain glue in many hardware stores. Super glue may work but that depends on the exact surface.
Possibly, but I would try a silicon type glue first.
Plexiglas has it's own special glues. Available where you buy plexiglas.
regular Elmer's glue or contact cement usually the spray type
Epoxy is probably the only thing that would stick that combination.
iyt it realy depends on whast type of hot glue yoou use and how hot it is
If the old glue is well stuck and smooth. -Use a mastic type of glue, not thinset cement.
Usually a threaded post similar to a very small screw, and some very special glue.
There is a type of Krazy glue that comes with a brush in the lid, I would use that.
Gorilla glue ANS 2 - Epoxy will work and silicone will work.
You can simply use hot glue for a regular glue gun. I have used this many times on replacement blades.
Use a good vinyl mastic rather than a cement type product. You want something that sticks well to the formica.
A good epoxy .
You need polystyrene glue, commonly available in model store or hobby stores.
school glue is very easy and fast to use it wont melt
Candles can not be effectively glued,-use candle wax.
No. You need to use the recommended glue to avoid allergies, color issues and having a bad affect on your real nails.
Use wood glue for wood to wood, to glue a cabinet back together you need to remove the old glue so that you have a clean wood to wood contact if this can't be done you can use epoxy glue, go to your local hardware store ask for help and tell them what you are working on and they will help on the type of glue you need.
You can buy dental glue from a Pharmacist, its quite expensive but I have one on hand in case my crown falls out and to tide me over till I can get to the dentist. I read also that some guy couldn't find an NHS dentist (UK) so he used super glue every two months instead.
You haven't said what the canvas is to be glued to. -Try silicone, it sticks many things like canvas.
i would suggest jet glue, or super glue, jet glue is avalible at hardware stores and super glue is available every where. Don't glue your fingers together! ANS 2 - Super glue is no god for shoe repairs ! -Use Goop Shoe Glue - in a tube, cheap, works great, available at most stores like Walmart, HD, Canadian Tire, etc