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WANTED: Need best glue for glass totems

Posted by gardencraze 9 ( on
Wed, May 20, 09 at 5:47

Hi all, I am making beautiful glass totems for my yard but the glue I'm using does not work well. HELP :-(
where can I find the best glass glue and what is the name
thank you soo much

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RE: WANTED: Need best glue for glass totems

Hi gardencraze,

The glue to use is GE Silicone II for windows and doors. It works great. I made a couple totems a few years back and they are still happy out in the garden.

You may want to visit the Garden Junk forum. They are full of ideas and a wealth of information.

Good luck with your pieces and make sure to post pictures of your creations when you are done.

RE: WANTED: Need best glue for glass totems

Thanx so much for the info I will get that silicome and as soon as I can figure out how to post pictures (I'll have to wait for my grandchildren to help me) LOL I will post.

RE: WANTED: Need best glue for glass totems

Here's a link to the photo posting instructions. It's on the conversations page here at the Florida Forum.

That silicone works great for totems, but has anyone found something that works for hanging glass ornaments? I've moved my totems to the trees and the silicone won't hold the weight.

Here is a link that might be useful: Easy Photo Posting Instructions

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