What do you recommend

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  1. Eriquar

    Eriquar Active Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Random question

    I want to stick some artificial vines/leaves onto plastic hides.
    What would the best Non Toxic adhesive to use?

    Cheers
    Erica
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    What has happened to this forum?
    I remember coming here for advice, and atleast 1 person would help.
     
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    You have to wait Erica; we are not all here 24 hours a day, some of us have other things to do besides being on a computer all day.
    Anyway to answer your question there are many things available. Most are non toxic but some take a little time for the fumes to dissipate, you could use selastic or liquid nails for example, I have used both of these successfully .
     
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    Thank you so much, I wondered about liquid nails.
    Might give that a go.
     
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    I used liquid nails to stick some palm fronds to the wall of my frilly house to hide the vents.
     
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    Good thinking.
    I got some of those rectangle black plastic hides with hole at one end fir snakie to go in. They just look ugly, thought I might try camoflaging them, with vines etc.
     
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