I use a super glue that comes in the form of a "gel". It is much better than the fluid glues as it doesn't go every where when being applied and can be used much more sparingly.
Tip: moisten the surfaces to be glued and immediately wipe off the moisture, then apply glue. This gives a superior bond as it is the water molecules that the glue bonds to.
I use super glue to seal/heal the small cuts that one gets in ultra-light road bike tyres. Tony
Thanks Tony Need a good super glue for some old chairs, this sounds like it would be good to use - will try the gel type.
If they are metal chairs use a metal glue that you can find in Walmart it works wonders. If they are wooden I'd use wood glue. Good luck
I've used mechanic super glue that is used on engines. It works the best for me, but gee wiz don't get any of it on your fingers it takes forever to get it off. I found it in the dollar store.
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