|Fig.1 Damaged figurine|
Supplies and Tools:
E-6000 - Industrial strength adhesives
Housekeeping can be fun, removing dust and cleaning the home but sometimes in our rush to get to all the area in our home we break things. If this doesn't happen to you skip this post, otherwise read my story of the statue who lost its head.
This post shows the five steps in recovering a broken statue.
Step 1: Look at the statue? What is it made up of, pottery, wood, plastic, find out so the statue can be fixed. Above Fig.1 shows the statue is pottery and for the problem needed to glue the statue head back to as close to perfect condition.
Step 2: Fig.2 E-6000 that would easily do the job. This is a commercial adhesive that is more than strong enough to just glue a little head on a body.
|Fig.4 Gluing head|
|Fig.5 Apply pressure|
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