Epoxy for Sea Glass?

by Savanna K
( Unalaska, AK, USA)

~ by Savanna K (Unalaska, AK, USA)

Please help....Unalaska, AK ....

Can anyone help me find an epoxy for beach glass to glass such as lighting fixtures?

I also need to find an epoxy for a headstone I have been designing for my son who passed away in 2005.  

I live in the Aleutian Islands (Unalaska/Dutch Harbor) Alaska.  Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.  

I will share pictures and information about Unalaska and beach glass.  Thanks so much.

~ by Savanna K (Unalaska, AK, USA)


Here is one of our pages with lots of comments about epoxy and exactly what glues to use: https://www.odysseyseaglass.com/my-sea-glass-window.html


David at OdysseySeaGlass

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by: Tracy

I also use E6000 and find it good. Sorry to hear about your son, it sounds like a beautiful project to remember him by. All the best.

Unalaska Reply....THANKS!
by: Savanna

Thanks so much for a reply!!

I started collecting beach glass in 2005 after my son passed.

Guess we all look for signs or answers when a loved one is lost. At least I did and still do.

I don't know much anything about beach glass.

This is the first time I have looked online for help as to how to properly use it for my home and especially for the headstone.

My niece and I made some candles and I've made some vases; however we used a hot glue gun which was okay for a while but wasn't permanent. I have a lot of homework to do.

I haven't had time to photograph any glass to post yet but am working on it.

Thanks again!!

by: mona

I always have good luck with E6000 .

Use in a well ventilated area. Very strong odor.

Pictures Please
by: Em

I would love to see pictures of your finished projects. They sound very interesting and I am looking for an unusual sea glass project.

Good Luck!

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