What is the best glue for vinyl?

Answer

The best glue for using on vinyl is industrial strength E6000. There aren't many glues that work well on vinyl so E600 is really about the only choice for your vinyl project. E600 dries clear and the glue is flexible. It can be used on ceramics, rubber, metal, glass, and wood in addition to vinyl. For best results, it should be allowed to dry for a full 24 hours. Be aware that E600 does not work well on Styrofoam.
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