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How to Fix Broken Toys

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One of the worst things that can happen to your 5-year-old is when their favorite toy breaks. Now in reality, we all know this isn’t a huge deal, but to them this is like losing a best friend. Sometimes certain toys are just irreplaceable or you might not be up to buying a new one. When this happens, just grab Aleene’s Ultimate Multi-Surface Adhesive and get to fixing.

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Clean, dry and roughen surfaces to be bonded.  Remove cap counter clockwise from the nozzle. Apply a thin coat to each surface. 

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1.    Wait approximately 2 minutes before mating surfaces. For maximum-strength bond, allow 24 hours for cure time.

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Once you’ve glued the pieces back together, you’re going to want to let it dry before your child plays with it again. Be sure to keep Aleene’s Ultimate Multi-Surface Adhesive on hand to fix broken toys, because we’re sure this wasn’t the first, and it probably won’t be the last.

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October 06, 2017