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jms15
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I'm looking for advice on a milk pitcher that works well.

I've been using the Bazar de Magia milk pitcher for years but I can't seem to go more than a few performances without one of the 2 m****ts coming off. It's actually happened several times during performances, which isn't fun. I contacted them and they recommend Loctite E30CL epoxy to glue the m****ts back on, but it doesn't hold for long. I've also used a marine epoxy with similar results. The Bazar pitcher seems to be highly recommended by others so I'm just wondering what others do when this happens. I actually have 3 of them, I carry an extra as a backup in case it fails during a show.

I also have a crystal-cut pitcher but I've never liked the way it looks, it always seems like very little liquid comes out.

I'd appreciate any feedback, thanks!
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You could get a small vinyl pool repair kit for around ten dollars. It comes with patches and a tube of glue. The glue is strong and made to hold the patches underwater, so that glue should work. I haven't used it on a milk pitcher, but it has worked well for me with water.

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Fedora
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You may want to try E6000 glue, stuff resists water quite well,
never tried it on a milk pitcher though.
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Thanks for the tips, I got the E6000 and the pool repair kit, so I will try them out.

I'm kinda just wondering if other people have this problem and what they did. I can't be the only one with this problem lol
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Be sure to clean and rough up the surfaces before gluing them. You don't want to put glue on top of old glue.
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