|Fig.1 Angel |
Tools and Supplies:
Locktite Vinyl, Fabric and Plastic
Every Christmas this blog shows a Christmas repair. This year the Christmas angle on your right had fallen and shattered. There will be two post, the first showing the pieces of the angel and the second post shows how the repair was accomplished.
This post shows the four steps to repairing a ceramic trumpeting angel.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the angle before it fell into several pieces.
Step 2: Fig.2 through fig.5 shows the broken ceramic pieces that need to be reassembled.
|Fig.2 Back wings|
|Fig.3 Angel wings|
|Fig.4 Angel wing tip broken|
|Fig.5 back shoulder|
|Fig.6 Broken angel winds|
|Fig.7 Angel body and head|
Step 4: Fig.8 shows the Loctite adhesive that was used to bond the ceramic pieces together. Fig.9 shows a acid brush that has a bead of Locktite Vinyl, Fabric and Plastic did an excellent job of the repairs of this angel.
|Fig.9 Acid brush|
How To Repair a Trumpeting Angle:
- Part 1 of 2 - The Pieces
- Part 2 of 2 - Rescuing the Angle
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