I have several resin (plastic) chairs that are cracked. Does anyone know of a method or product to repair them?
They are so cheap, throw them away! It isn't worth the risk of a chair breaking and someone being hurt.
you can go to home depot or lows and ask for apoxy they are 2 liquids that once mixed they form plastic my dad uses it on everything that ir duct tape but thats not recomended on those chairs
I wish that I knew how to repair, rather than toss them in the landfill and replace them. The best that I have done so far is to make them serve some new function. Here in the city, they are widely used as place-holders for shoveled-out parking spaces.
I have 2 resin chaise lawn chairs which are cracked but would be fine if I could get some appropriate adhesive and material to repair them. Why can't I find any info or supplies for this? The chaise lawn chairs are not so cheap, they cost $40 to 50$ each. I want to repair them - throwing away is not what I want to do. How do I do it?
You can go to Ace Hardware. They have a Plastic Welders Glue which works wonderfully. In fact, depending on the problem and where it is at you can glue a piece of Plastic to the section that is cracked and it will reinforce it.
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