I get a lot of questions regarding which glue to use on polymer clay, especially when attaching something like a metal glue-on bail that needs a very strong bond.
I had heard that Gorilla Glue worked on polymer clay, so I decided to test it myself. Several months ago I glued metal bails to some polymer clay heart pendants I made as samples for our Street Hearts Tutorial.
After several months, I could see they looked fine… no bad reactions or stickiness around the bail. And they appeared to be still stuck to the clay.
Today I wanted to test the strength of the bond… to be sure of it’s long term compatibility with polymer clay. I was really impressed with the how strong this Gorilla Glue turned out to be, as you will see in the video.
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