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I need to fix a loom board cause one of the pegs broke we don't have superglue but we have vinyl cement can I use that?

I need to fix a loom board cause one of the pegs broke we don't have superglue but we have vinyl cement can I use that?

Answer:

No, vinyl cement isn't really a glue. It works by partially dissolving the vinyl. I'm not sure what a loom board is but if it's wood, ordinary white glue will work. If there's not too much stress on the peg, you might be able to do a temporary fix with a paste made of flour and water.
May 11, 2017
No. Honey has got it right. Wood glue (yellow) is the stuff to use. To do it properly, the broken peg needs to be drilled out and a new peg (dowel) needs to be put in. If a loom board is what I think it is, it is under stress (which is why it broke) and that joint needs to be as strong as possible.
May 11, 2017
whoa down kimosabe glue of anykind will fail any and all trust me take a pair of pliers and break the peg off flush the proper fix is to drill and set a new peg and wood glue would be your best choice a faster option is to use a nail in place of the peg not the same diameter i know use masking tape to increase the diameter of the nail fast ez no glue drying time
May 11, 2017

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