do you have experience with so-called fast-setting superglues (such as
cyanocrylate-based or epoxy-based ones) in permanent exterior jobs?
Basically, I am resizing plastic air vent bricks (e.g., see
.This involves cutting it down to exact size and regluing atleast one
of the sides. I would also like to glue a thin-mesh plastic net (the
kind used in greenhouses to cut down on the amount of solar radiation
passing through) over the grid to keep out fine-grained garden dirt.
So most of the glued parts would be exposed to all sort of weather
My concern is that although the above glues are fine for interior
jobs, (and cheap to purchase in places such as Poundland) they may not
be UV- or water resistant in the long term.
Any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
- posted 12 years ago