+SassyGingerNinja Posted August 3, 2008 Share Posted August 3, 2008 I've had a remote small cache go missing several times. I've tried different containers and I'm not sure, but I think they are falling to the ground and being discarded by maintenance people because my adhesive methods are not good. Picture a large concrete diamond shaped planter - approximately 12 feet on all sides. It sits about 4 feet off the ground and has about a 18" concrete ledge in which people can sit. On the underside of the ledge is a small space of about 3-4" where one can cram a small container in. The whole planter is on top of a concrete base. I've tried using industrial velcro and two-part epoxy glue to attach the velcro to the concrete under-ledge. Didn't stay. I think what I would like to do is permanently glue the container upside down (say, for instance, a waterproof match container or bison) so that the bottom of the container is glued to the concrete and the finder can just screw off the top to retrieve the log. Are there any adhesives out there - (and please don't say Gorilla Glue - it just doesn't work for this application) that I can apply the cache to it's hiding location and not have to hold it there for 30 minutes? It's a remote area, but still a public place. It needs to be very strong to take the abuse of pulling which will naturally happen when the finder removes the top. If you have any ideas other than the above for attaching the cache, I'm all ears! Thanks! Quote Link to comment
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