Because people have a need to glue things to other things

Attach to

Plastic to Styrofoam

For the strongest bond we recommend:
LePage's Regular Epoxy
For a faster less toxic alternative we recommend:
Hot Glue

There are so many kinds of plastic its hard to give advice here that applies to them all. If possible try a small test in an area that doesn't show.

Styrofoam is a plastic that has been whipped up like a milkshake and then cured that way. That's what makes it light. Like plastic, there are many different formulas for styrofoam. They may contain any combination of styrene, urethane, neoprene or vinyl. For this reason choosing the correct adhesive is not easy. For our tests we used polystyrene which is a composition of styrene, chlorodifluoroethane and ethyl chloride, for those of you who care. The most important things to remember when choosing an adhesive for styrofoam are:

Some plastics have a smooth surface finish that can be sanded off with a 120 grit sand paper, for better adhering properties.

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