Our daughter has this little doll wheel chair that the leg broke off of. The leg has a wheel and it is a pretty big piece that broke off but it fits very tightly when I put it together where it broke off and there are actually 2 pieces that broke off and join together and I think it would glue together nicely because the pieces are at right angles and I would be gluing two pieces together, not one.
The pieces are round and about 1/4 inch in diameter. They just snapped off but they fit together perfectly when I put it together. Just needs a good glue to hold it in place. I guess I would have to sit there and hold it in place for a while, or figure out a way to use a rubber band or something to hold it together while the glue dried.
It's an expensive little accessory which is why I'm not just going out and buying a new one.
I was reading on this page:
And it mentions 5 different types of glues for gluing plastic together.
Tensol Cement, Contact adhesive, Epoxy, Super Glue, or A glue gun.
I've never had much luck using Super Glue so I would lean towards one of the other glues. I think a glue gun might be the same as epoxy, but now really sure about that.
Contact adhesive seems like a good choice based on what I read but I have no experience using it.
I would appreciate any suggestions for the best glue for my job.
Thanks in advance, Steve