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Evo-Stick and other manufacturers make high temperature silicone sealant which resists up to 260C, this product is available at hardware shops such as Woodies or B&Q at Euro 9.95 for a 310ml tube.

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You need a specialist high temperature glue - one that works on glass.
Try the oven glue provided at ovendoorglue.co.uk they also have a website in the USA ovendoorglue.com which ships worldwide.



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