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glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

Posted by alaMel 4a (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 9, 11 at 19:39

So these are perilously stacked, but gives an idea of what i hope it will look like. Think i need some more red at the top. Can anyone tell me what to use to glue this together?

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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

VERY cool looking! Love the combination of the brass, red, and black. Try taking a look at this website for the right glue to use. www.gluethistothat.com


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

Thats an awsome name for a website! Rofl


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

Going to be a beautiful & very stately totem!! Jan


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

Most everyone uses GE Silicone II for doors n windows.
The Clear. You can get small tubes or the larger one you put in a calk gun. Its great stuff!

Ditto on what the others said by the way!
hugs, Karen


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

Beautiful!
Yes ge silicone ii for windows and doors clear.
I notice that you are in zone 4. If you plan on leaving your totem out all winter you had better turn the black platees over so they don't collect water and freeze and break. I leave mine out.
Kathy


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

I agree--GEII (clear) for windows and doors.
Be sure to check the expiration date.
I also agree about turning the plates,etc upside down....
Even in NW Florida I need to protect mine from freezing.


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RE: glue a totem? who needs stinkin glue anyway?

I dont think I will leave it over winter. The bottom tray is plastic though. Really I'm more concerned with the brass rusting. Any advise to protect it?


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