Thanks for the advice. I actually think it got knocked over and had something fall on the back (like one of the kids). My kids had a penchant for pushing the chairs around the kitchen and there's a raised end cap at the threshold between the wood in the kitchen and carpet in the living room. Those rascals love to try and "drive" things from room to room. We've mostly got them to quit doing that, or at least with actual toys, and those with wheels... we need a darn fence in the back yard so they can run wild and not get into the street.... :/
I have a ton of masons twine from my days doing archaeology, and I'm pretty sure its synthetic. So would I be twisting the wrapping like a tourniquet? I can squeeze the break together with my fingers and mate the faces with no gap that I can see.
Would an epoxy provide a stronger bond? Meaning, if I started with the TB3 and it failed, would cleaning up the joint to then try the epoxy create a more difficult joint surface to bond than just starting clean with the epoxy? And any recommendations as to a good epoxy product?
Thanks again! :)
Last edited by mrbc; 05-08-2014 at 09:30 AM.