If you’re a DIYer you are probably familiar with E6000 glue.
I have used it for various projects, but mainly for jewelry making. This last time around I bought the little tiny bottles instead of a great big one. The cost per ounce is higher, but it’s more convenient and precise to work with, in my opinion.This is a great glue that holds up very well. Keep it capped when not using it to keep the contents fresh and not dried out or stringy.
The downside to it is that it stinks really bad. Definitely use this in a well ventilated area.
Do you useE6000 Glue? If not, what strong adhesive would you recommend for tasks like gluing earring posts to an earring?
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