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What glue would you use to stick polymer clay to a metal tray
Question: I made a really cute wall-hanging for a kitchen by crafting pretend cookies out of polymer clay and gluing them to a metal baking sheet. I used e6000 glue which fell apart right away. What is the best glue to use if I want this to be permanent? Also, what glue would you use to attach a metal hanging hook to the back of the tray? (The first time I glued it, I forgot to sand off the no stick teflon from the cookie sheet. This time I would sand the tray before gluing, but first I need to figure out the most permanent gluing option.) Thanks so much!
Answer: Cute idea with the cookies and tray!! Rhino Glue http://rhinoglue.com/uses.html I have had very good, permanent results from this glue! It is money well spent! I have glued glass together, vinyl to glass, a very porous pumice type stone that broke in half and is used for "rubbing cement block". And it is holding together fine. I even glued my toilet paper dispenser to the wall (crazy huh?), for years I have tried many options to fasten it tight to the wall. You know one side is secure in the wood stud, and the other side flopping around. Poor soul that has to remove this dispenser now that I fixed it with Rhino glue. I am sure Rhino Glue will work on your cookies to tray, and many other household fixes. Good Luck with your crafting endeavors!