Sunday, July 15, 2007

Don't go breaking my heart

Oops, too late.

Luckily, there's glue.



Blogger bedshaped said...

Use some PTFE.
It can be your best friend at times.

10:01 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You'd need a flange to butt up against and form a washer.

I recommend plumbers solvent. Apply to both sides (the heart will melt a little) and squeeze together for a while. It'll leave a mark but the repair will be strong enough to withstand some pressure and should last for a lifetime.

Put the lid to the solvent back on or you'll get high.

7:49 pm  
Blogger Beth said...

Ha! nearly had me going there...but it's a plumbing thing!

(it *is* a plumbing thing, isn't it?)

8:55 pm  
Blogger Jo said...

It was originally a very oblique reference to the Billy Bragg couplet "she said no amount of poetry can mend this broken heart, but you can put the hoover round if you want to make a start". But then M cleaned the shower cubicle, and I felt a lot better.

So it *was* kind of a plumbing thing, thinking about it.

I think I'd go for Plumbers Mait. Holds water, but allows for repositioning later.

10:44 pm  

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