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Introduction

This guide will show you how to repair a cracked flower pot that would have otherwise been thrown away and become waste.

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  1. Remove any contents from the pot. Remove any contents from the pot.
    • Remove any contents from the pot.

  2. Apply craft adhesive along the broken portion of the pot.
    • Apply craft adhesive along the broken portion of the pot.

    • Warning: your adhesive may be flammable. Carefully read the cautions listed on your adhesive before proceeding.

  3. Begin to apply glue onto the broken pieces. Once you apply glue to a piece, attach it to the pot. Once you apply glue to a piece, attach it to the pot.
    • Begin to apply glue onto the broken pieces.

    • Once you apply glue to a piece, attach it to the pot.

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  5. Scrape away the excess glue on both the outside and inside of the pot with scrap paper. Make sure to do this before the glue dries completely. Make sure to do this before the glue dries completely.
    • Scrape away the excess glue on both the outside and inside of the pot with scrap paper.

    • Make sure to do this before the glue dries completely.

  6. Use a shoelace or twine to tightly hold the pot together while it dries. Depending on your glue, drying time may take up to 24-72 hours.
    • Use a shoelace or twine to tightly hold the pot together while it dries.

    • Depending on your glue, drying time may take up to 24-72 hours.

  7. Once your adhesive has finished drying, remove the shoelace or twine. Once your adhesive has finished drying, remove the shoelace or twine. Once your adhesive has finished drying, remove the shoelace or twine.
    • Once your adhesive has finished drying, remove the shoelace or twine.

  8. Return your plant to its pot. Return your plant to its pot.
    • Return your plant to its pot.

Conclusion

Now your flower pot is fixed and ready to be used!

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