Problem with glue on the jewellery

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    I used glue 6000 and heat activated glue.After a couple days,the bails or any metal  will fall off.I tried two different kind of epoxy and  I had the same problem.Do you know a liable glue that I can use or a process that I might forgot.Viau


    I have used E6000 for several years, this new tube seems to be letting go of my earrings….. I have tried several things, cleaning the glass and silver, scratchig the glass on the glue side, and also making marks in the silver backing…. nothing seems to work at this point.

    Another glass worker at the market I sell at says he likes another glue from Delphi called…. Triolyse… What do you think of this?


    Thanks, I will try it to see if it works for me.


    I have a tutorial on my web site (see below) about how to use E-6000 and get excellent results. There are several key steps, but it is very easy to do. I have heard some people tout heating in a toaster oven, but I question that in the long term

    Barry Kaiser

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    Thanks for you tutorial.Was very helpful.

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