443Re: [pineneedlebasketgroup] Re: Lucite
- Aug 2 4:22 AMMorning DonnaMy hubby owns a machine shop and he uses some sort of clearglue that will hold an elephant.We have a bar on the truck that has a plastic type thingy thatyou step up on and it came off, so he used this glue to fix it andit has never come off again.Get it at a hardware store.Occutoool Superglue-cyanoacrylate.It's container is small and black .I think he paid a little over $5 .Hope it helps you. here's a link for you.http://www.cyberbond1.com/index.aspx?k=cyanoacrylate+adhesive&utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=cyanoacrylate%2Badhesive&utm_campaign=YahooCPC-cyanoacrylateVera
From: Donna G <djnova50@...>
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Subject: RE: [pineneedlebasketgroup] Re: Lucite
What kind of glue do you use? I have yet to find an adhesive that will work to keep the cabochon in place on the leather. The cabochon is either too rigid or the leather is too flexible and the two seem to want to separate.
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> Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 00:00:20 +0000
> Subject: [pineneedlebasketgroup] Re: Lucite
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "judyintex" <judyintex@...> wrote:
> > I am looking for insructions on how to mount cabs onto lucite. I have petrfied palm stump that comes fom my husband's family ranch. I had pieces of it cut into cabs and they are wonderful. I need to mount them so I can make baskets for family members. Thanks or any advice.
> Just glue to leather and sew through the leather. I do my cabochons like that for baskets.
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