Blade Runner 2049 Bottle Problem- Help Wanted

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Collektor, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. Collektor

    Collektor Active Member

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    So, the other night I go to pour myself one, and the cork rips right in half leaving me with the cap in hand, and the other half the cork stuck in the bottle. I managed to get the rest of the cork out without getting any of it in the scotch. Right now I've got the bottle sealed with a silicone stopper, but I'd like to repair the cap. The cork itself is definitely a smaller diameter than a regular cork. Its actually the same size as the cork on a bottle of Gold Label.

    Does anyone have any suggestions on what to use to glue in a new cork that is food safe? or failing that what can I use to glue in a rubber cork to the cap?

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  2. aeonpulse

    aeonpulse Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    There are epoxies and silicone adhesives that are certified food safe by the FDA. You can search for them on Amazon or at hardware stores, but just to be safe make sure you use a certified product.


    As far as I know there are no super glue formulas that are certified food safe, so I'd stay away from those.
     
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  3. Collektor

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    Thanks I'll look into it. I wasn't planning on using super glue anyways.
     

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