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Snorkel came apart in two pieces. Can I glue it?

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Realize that IF you glue it, you might be inhaling the residue of the glue vapors, this is very dangerous (glue sniffing is illegal) not to mention EXTREMELY harmful.

Most glues these days bond at the molecular level forming a new bond to join the to parts.

I recommend getting a new snorkel. If you do decide to glue it, I would allow at least 48 hours to dry and keep it out in the open. Then after that time has elapsed, smell the snorkel, if there is any residue that down not smell like the original material, discard the snorkel.

Good luck.

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