From my experience, unlikely
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Glass glue has a maximum service temperature is 176°F (80°C). Because this is a glass top stove, and for safety reasons, we do not recommend you use the Loctite Glass Glue product for safety reasons but do recommend you contact the appliance manufacturer for proper repair of the glass.
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Glass Glue would not be recommended for this intended use on a mobile phone and may cause permanent damage to the phone.
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Glass Glue is not designed for the purpose described and therefore would not be recommended for your intended use
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Glass Glue is not designed for this purpose and would not e recommended
No. The glue is intended to attach objects to a glass surface. I don't think the edges of broken glass would provide enough surface area and so would not be strong enough.
Thank you for the question Chance. The Loctite Glass Glue will not work in this situation. The glue cannot be used for filling or mending cracks in glass. The glass must be in two pieces and fit precisely together to make a perfect fit without gaps in order for the glue to work.
Thank you for the question. The Loctite Glass Glue will not bond to materials such as Polyethylene (PE) plastic or High-Density Polyethylene Plastic, polypropylene (PP) plastic, or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) also known as Teflon, or Delrin plastic. The glue also does not bond to oily or wet surfaces. It is possible to use these materials for protection purposes based on your question. Keep in mind the glue is designed to bond two pieces that fit perfectly together with no gaps. In addition, the glue will not work for filling or seaming purposes.
The Loctite Glass Glue will not work in this application and would not be recommended