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Due to awful packaging, the pumpkin I ordered from Kohl's arrived broken. And they are sold out, so no replacement.

Any ideas what to use to glue the ears back on?
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I would say a clear 2-part epoxy. You can find a double-syringe style tube for about $5. The clear ones (as opposed to the grey) tend to mix up a bit thinner in viscosity. This lends to seeping into holes and cracks of the joints better.

Whatever you chose, I would suggest working on one at a time. Mend it in place, use some painter's tape to hold it and let it dry/cure. Then do the next.

Good luck!
 

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I would say a clear 2-part epoxy. You can find a double-syringe style tube for about $5. The clear ones (as opposed to the grey) tend to mix up a bit thinner in viscosity. This lends to seeping into holes and cracks of the joints better.

Whatever you chose, I would suggest working on one at a time. Mend it in place, use some painter's tape to hold it and let it dry/cure. Then do the next.

Good luck!
I would try the Gorilla gel super glue and you can get it at HD. It sets in about 10 secs.

Thank you both!
 
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