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anyone knows a strongest glue availale?

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
i really need a strongest glue available or you have used. Need to glue this plastic thing on the wall.

pls let me know if you have used any.

thanks
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
use no more nails
#2
Epoxy glue is the best.

Don't think it'll be suited to the job though as it usually takes a while to dry, However their maybe quick drying epoxy glues available.
#3
t0mm
use no more nails


this...:thumbsup:
#4
no nails? araldite?
banned#5
if you have wallpaper up and gonna put weight on ya plasticy thing it maybe better to get screwed
banned#6
Gripfill or silicone sealant
#7
araldite or epoxy resin
#8
.....as above....

Drill, plug and screw :thumbsup:
#9
sassie
if you have wallpaper up and gonna put weight on ya plasticy thing it maybe better to get screwed


Pardon :w00t:
#10
no nails
#11
i hv no wallpaper, anyone here heard of gorilla glue?
#12
sassie
if you have wallpaper up and gonna put weight on ya plasticy thing it maybe better to get screwed


ASL
oh sry wrong window :p

edit - gorilla glue seems good , it was advertised on ideal shopping channel , amazon search found this - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001W030CW/ref=asc_df_B001W030CW519520?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=***************&linkCode=asn&creative=7974&creativeASIN=B001W030CW
#13
no more nails is good
#14
I have always found anything that comes in two seperate parts is generally strong :P I had some silver thermal epoxy once that I used to stick some RAM sinks on a graphics card. Once I had finished with it (a few years later) I tried to remove the ram sink and the entire chip pulled off lol
#15
imafish2002
I have always found anything that comes in two seperate parts is generally strong :P I had some silver thermal epoxy once that I used to stick some RAM sinks on a graphics card. Once I had finished with it (a few years later) I tried to remove the ram sink and the entire chip pulled off lol


i actually lolled for real when i read that.

i'm such a geek *goes and hides*
#16
Minky5000
araldite or epoxy resin


+1

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