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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 4:25 am    Post subject: Broken baking stone Reply with quote

Hi -
I've gone & done it...I dropped my cherished Emile Henry pizza stone & one of the side carry handles broke off....is there a high temp extra strong glue that will hold up to the task?
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 6:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Broken baking stone Reply with quote

HELP !!! 911 wrote:
Hi -
I've gone & done it...I dropped my cherished Emile Henry pizza stone & one of the side carry handles broke off....is there a high temp extra strong glue that will hold up to the task?


Awwwww! That's no fun. Well, it isn't so much finding an appropriate adhesive to withstand the higher temperatures. It's more about finding one that's approved for food, and one that will adhere to a porous surface that could very well be soaked with food related oils. I've used a propane torch to burn out silicone oils from mexican pavers to get coatings to stick. So, there's that.

I've broken 2 so far, 1 in 3 pieces. I just laid them back in the oven, as tight as they would lay together. They work just fine, no issues so far.

xo, Biggles
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