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Dollarbill
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My s&s cen***o separated from the other. Thank God this happened right after I showed my friends girlfriend. (And I mean right after!) THANK GOD!!!! . Anyways, what glue can I use to fix this. A johnson set is in my near future but thought I'd ask. I think its a sterling from years ago. Served me well but.....Again Johnson.....near future. 🙂. Wife will agree, guaranteed. Any suggestions? Not sure if it will seat right, but I'll give it a shot. 🙂🙂🙂
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Just seeing this, Db...Use that E6000 glue (clear), you can get from Lowes, Home Depot, or any craft store, works very well for coins (for most things), and the small inexpensive tube will last you forever.

Just a few little dabs will do'ya! Smile
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On Mar 28, 2019, Mb217 wrote:
Just seeing this, Db...Use that E6000 glue (clear), you can get from Lowes, Home Depot, or any craft store, works very well for coins (for most things), and the small inexpensive tube will last you forever.

Just a few little dabs will do'ya! Smile


Thanks MB! 👍. I actually already used some super glue. I have tested it out several times and then sum w/ the ban* ri*g to make sure it isn't going to separate on me. Seems to be working really well. 👌. db
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I've used super-glue... seems to work well but you have VERY LITTLE time to ensure the two pieces are aligned before it sets.
Next time I'm going to give the E-6000 a try.... plenty of time to align things... figure I'll clamp it down to keep things aligned and ensure the glue adds only minimal thickness.

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On Mar 28, 2019, Mb217 wrote:
Just seeing this, Db...Use that E6000 glue (clear), you can get from Lowes, Home Depot, or any craft store, works very well for coins (for most things), and the small inexpensive tube will last you forever.

Just a few little dabs will do'ya! Smile


Thanks MB! 👍. I actually already used some super glue. I have tested it out several times and then sum w/ the ban* ri*g to make sure it isn't going to separate on me. Seems to be working really well. 👌. db
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🙂 I meant above^^^^ "and then some w/ the ban* ri*g" " to mean I've done it several times to test it. . It kinda reads funny.
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