OnlyGenusCaps Posted February 8, 2022 Share Posted February 8, 2022 So, I'm trying to cover a powder coated steel aquarium frame with some wood to hide the sump, but I've run into a bit of a snag. I plan to attach magnets to thin (1/4 inch) plywood. First go was epoxy. Never hardened. That could be my fault. Probably is. But it makes me leery to try it again. Today I got some caulk recommended to me at "big box store" and while it stuck well to the wood, it didn't even pretend to try to stick to the magnet. Masking tape could peel the thing off from the caulk. So now I have two board that I can't use;except to try to do glue tests. I'm open to ideas. How would you glue a magnet to wood? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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