Homemade epoxy alternative?

Hey all, I need epoxt for many reasons, and for many reasons I cannon get/use it. So I am wondering... Does anyone know of a good homemade solution that is comparable to epoxy? It needs to harden to a really solid finish. Thanks!

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razzlekunai8 years ago
Superglue? :S I accidentally got some superglue on my desk, been impossible to take off ever since.
I_am_Canadian (author)  razzlekunai8 years ago
Not a bad idea...
Ehhhm... What do you need an epoxy alternative for?
I_am_Canadian (author)  razzlekunai8 years ago
holding things together. Repairing a broken piece of PVC, to be exact.
melted rubber-bands work nice (i use snapped #64s i have about 1 pound.
lol. that's what my friend does.
I_am_Canadian (author)  An Villain8 years ago
Never would have thought of that. Ive got it sorted out now though.
that is good.
couldn't you just use some PVC primer to 'melt' the pipe back together?
I_am_Canadian (author)  Bright Shadow8 years ago
Dont have any.
Oh. Super glue's your best bet, then.
I_am_Canadian (author)  Bright Shadow8 years ago
I figured. Thanks :-D
DISCLAIMER: If the PVC you're trying to fix breaks in two after applying it, and something horrible happens to you/your family/your guinea pig/your house, I am in NO way responsible. :D
I_am_Canadian (author)  razzlekunai8 years ago
LoL :-D
Super glue is not a good bet. It has good tensile strength but sheer strength isn't worth a damn
Sharir17015 years ago
i have a friend that makes (flying, with remote) airplanes, and epoxy is necessary for it. he doesn't have any, and his parents won't let him buy some, so he uses melted bands. i actually give him the bands. i give him my torn #64s and #32s. you should try it if you haven't figured something out yet.
~Vortex~6 years ago
Try UHU Glue Tube.
hungyhipo 27 years ago
hot glue works but you have to smooth it out after you put it on