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  1. allaboutfish

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    ok so i need a glue that i can glue branches on to wood. it needs to be strong enough so that my bearded dragon cant break the branches but id also like to have a way to take it off if i need to(even if it requires a chemical to loosen it up). this is for my bearded dragon by the way.
    thanks
     
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    Small Drywall screws or Fishing line is what I would use.
     
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    i dont want to use srews, plus the wood is pretty thin.
     
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    Try 4lb test fishing line. It will hold his weight and is all but invisible,
     
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    how would i use that exactly?
     
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    Seriously??

    Use it to tie the pieces of wood together.
     
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    i dont think your understanding what im meaning. i have a wooden enclosure for my beardie and i have branches i want to attach to the enclosure so they dont fall and injure it. i doint have 2 pieces i want to tie together.
     
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    ah okay. Use small cup hooks that screw into the enclosure. Attach the branches to that.
     
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    this is what im trying to do
    this one the bearded dragon wouldnt be able to get on
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    this one it would be able to
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    No glue will do what you want to do in picture #1, and still be removable.
    A Urethane glue such as Gorilla glue might be enough to make the joint, but it isn't removable.

    If screws are out, how about hanging the branches from wires suspended from the top?
     

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