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After reading other posts. This UV6800 is UV protective. Using the E6000 will cause failures. I have told many crafters about this at markets that are selling things they have made with E6000. That is not for outdoor use. You need to us the UV 6800. Some of the people were receptive and others not so much. Here they a… see more After reading other posts. This UV6800 is UV protective. Using the E6000 will cause failures. I have told many crafters about this at markets that are selling things they have made with E6000. That is not for outdoor use. You need to us the UV 6800. Some of the people were receptive and others not so much. Here they are selling things that will fall apart with in the first 12 months. So for outside definitely use the UV6800. You will love it... I do a lot of glass work and stone on to metal and it has held for years. Hope this helps. see less After reading other posts. This UV6800 is UV protective. Using the E6000 will cause failures. I have told many crafters about this at markets that are selling things they have made with E6000. That is not for outdoor use. You need to us the UV 6800. Some of the people were receptive and others not so much. Here they are selling things that will fall apart with in the first 12 months. So for outside definitely use the UV6800. You will love it... I do a lot of glass work and stone on to metal and it has held for years. Hope this helps.
Susan McQueary
· May 12, 2016
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Yes, but there is a product at Michael's Craft stores which has adhesive backed felt, in many colors, which might work as well as using this. Also, elmer's or a similar glue might work as well, and be less expensive.
M. LeWitt
· March 24, 2020
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Don't have a clue
Nancy L. Stauffer
· June 23, 2020
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I have used this product for years in various crafting projects. Most of those projects go out in the hot Texas sun and don’t fall apart! It would be worth a try if you can get your mirror to stay in place on your car without falling off. As expensive as those kind of repairs are, I would at least give it a try. This s… see more I have used this product for years in various crafting projects. Most of those projects go out in the hot Texas sun and don’t fall apart! It would be worth a try if you can get your mirror to stay in place on your car without falling off. As expensive as those kind of repairs are, I would at least give it a try. This stuff is wonderful and I have never had anything come apart that I put it on so go for it! see less I have used this product for years in various crafting projects. Most of those projects go out in the hot Texas sun and don’t fall apart! It would be worth a try if you can get your mirror to stay in place on your car without falling off. As expensive as those kind of repairs are, I would at least give it a try. This stuff is wonderful and I have never had anything come apart that I put it on so go for it!
TexGardenGal
· June 26, 2020
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It should. We have only used it on rubber but should work fine on vinyl too.
Erin R.
· February 12, 2016
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I think uv6800 should work well since plaster is porous. Let it cure a few days before moving the statue.
Evelyn Fullwood
· June 3, 2019
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not sure never tried it on Styrofoam!!
Drew Polk
· August 4, 2018
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This would, as would cyanoacrylate (CA) glue
M. LeWitt
· January 11, 2017
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I would definitely try it, but I am not current with adhesives, there may be something better, Gorilla Glues perhaps?
mauisuzi
· November 1, 2019