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Fix a Crack in a Glass Table

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Best Method for crack repair in glass decanter?

I have an Italian wine decanter jug with a nice crack and was wondering what is the best method to seal it and prevent further spreading

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How can I repair a crack in a rain glass curved display cabinet panel?

The crack is approx 10 inches long, can I glue this

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Question on repairing shattered glass?

I have a painting on a glass that got shattered. I got the pieces back and some are very small, some are big. I would like to be able to "spray" some kind of glue on the entire area (9x12) to have the pieces hold together (like one of those puzzle glues that they make). Can I just spray glue for glass? Will it hold together? It needs to dry completely clear. Thanks

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Cracked glass tube with fluid leaking out?

Hi, . . Recently I dropped a small glass tube which contains an oil-like fluid. Even though the cracks in the glass are really thin the oil seeps out and dirties the rest of the tube and other parts of what it's used for. I was wondering if there is a simple solution instead of using epoxy. Tape doesn't cover it up and duct tape is hard to use since it's pretty small. Any suggestions?. I have tried: I've tried Tape, multiple layers.

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Duct tape, 1 layer

not much else.. I think it was caused by: It fell on a concrete floor and cracked.

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Can I repair a crack in the corner of our glasstop stove myself?

My husband dropped a heavy bottle on the back corner of our glasstop stove, causing a hairline crack about 3" long, from the right side to the back. It is not near any of the burners, which still work fine. I would like to repair it myself without having to pay $500 for a new cooktop. It's a black glass cooktop, not a tabletop or a mirror. I have tried: I've not tried anything yet. My concern is primarily hiding the crack, so I need a smooth finish. I think it was caused by: A clumsy husband. He dropped a heavy bottle of oil on the corner of the stovetop, causing a crack from the side edge to the back. The glass is intact but I need to smooth out the crack to make it less visible.

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