I have a couple of cookie cutters that are coming apart where they were orginally soldered (I am assuming that is what keeps them together). Do you have any suggestions on how to secure them?
Scotch Tape - works like a charm. HTH
hmmm, that sounds incredibly.............easy! I guess I was thinking I needed to make a fix that was more long term, but I suppose one can always "re-tape". Is there a more permanent fix?
Re-solder them? Or try superglue?
What about the glue they use in the "make your own cutter" instructions?
I use the glue recommended by KHalstead in the "make your own cutters" tutorial. It's JBWeld cold-weld glue from Home Depot. It's a two-part epoxy that's food-safe. I use clothespins to hold the ends together while drying which takes less than 5 minutes if you're in a rush. Good luck!!
Thanks so much everyone. Sounds like tape will hold me for a bit and I will pick up some of the glue the next time I am at Home Depot.
Ditto with bakinccc! I use the JB Weld Cold Weld and it works pretty well!