Prepare your clear resin glue. Remove the plug from the piston and cut off the tips of the syringes so the openings are the same size. Turn the syringe up and pull the plunger back slightly, allowing air bubbles to rise. Press the plunger to dispense equal amounts of resin and hardener on a disposable surface and mix them thoroughly. Wipe the syringe tips clean, retract the piston slightly, and close the applicator with the plug.
Apply a small amount of mixed clear epoxy adhesive to both surfaces within the amount of time stated in the product information and press the surfaces together. Remove excess clear epoxy glue immediately.
Let it cure. Support the bond for the length of time and under the ambient conditions specified in the manufacturer’s instructions. They should also tell you when the product’s usable strength has been reached and when it is fully cured.
Wipe or cut away. Wipe away excess clear epoxy glue immediately with a clean cloth or carefully cut away cured adhesive using a sharp blade. Immersing adhesive in paint stripper for a while can soften it, which facilitates removal. You can also use acetone, but do exercise caution because it is flammable. Since acetone is not compatible with all surfaces, test it before using it on your project.
Wash your hands.