The right adhesive for repairing porcelain
Before you read about how to fix broken or chipped porcelain, you need to know how to pick the right adhesive for your project.
Is your porcelain object going to contact food, hold hot liquids, or be placed in the oven, microwave, or dishwasher? If so, your adhesive must be safe for these and other relevant applications.
If you want to fix chipped porcelain, you will need a gap-filling adhesive, a porcelain filler, or a touch-up glaze to replace lost material. Make sure your product is paintable if you plan on painting it.
If you are joining broken pieces, opt for a strong liquid or gel adhesive that dries clear. Loctite Super Glue Gel Control quickly forms strong bonds with porous surfaces like porcelain and sets without clamping. It’s a great choice for fixing broken porcelain.