The strap of my handbag broke and I'm looking to repair it but how? As you can see by this photo
, the short metal bit fits into the metal cap. The metal cap holds the end of the braided strap but the strap does not fill the cap entirely; the end where the opening is is hollow. Would filling it with some kind of glue or epoxy work? But which kind? [more inside]
posted by TWinbrook8
on Sep 14, 2012 -
How do you extend the shelf-life of a tube of adhesive, such as Goop or E-6000 by preventing it from drying out during long periods without use? [more inside]
posted by purefusion
on Aug 16, 2011 -
So, I've been saving all the nice mason jars that Classico pasta sauce comes in for sometime and decided I could do with a nice set of mugs. But I'm unsure of how to best attach handles. [more inside]
posted by gzimmer
on Aug 6, 2010 -
What epoxy/adhesives are recommended for adhering acrylic to wood with a permanent, strong bond? [more inside]
posted by ogunther
on Aug 1, 2010 -
Homeowner question - How much should I expect to pay for a professional contractor to epoxy coat (paint, stain, etc) my garage floor? [more inside]
posted by Dave.
on Jun 1, 2010 -
My sister has a stone muffin pan like this
(except it is 6 jumbo muffin cups) that broke into three pieces during a recent move. She said none of the cups were damaged, so any ideas on an oven-safe adhesive to put it back together? [more inside]
posted by sararah
on Oct 31, 2008 -
I love these retro assemblages.
Is it plausible to create small metal assemblage sculptures using nothing but patience and industrial epoxy? and if so,
posted by craniac
on Apr 7, 2006 -
- What epoxies would you recommend?
- Are there sites that cheerfully discuss this sort of industrial craftiness?
Is there a trick to embedding something in epoxy, or do you just do it? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by o2b
on Feb 2, 2004 -