While flower pots and stone utensils, such as pitchers and thorns, are valued for their durability and thick wall construction, they can still develop surface and structural cracks. The stone pot is made of thick clay, but like all ceramics, it is porous despite its thickness. Therefore, if you are repairing a crack in a roof tile cartridge, you will need to use a strong glue and make sure it is properly adjusted before operating the cartridge again. Superglue (Cyanoacrylate Adhesive) is the adhesive you choose to repair utensils, especially if it is a collection or storage container.
Even the toughest and strongest pot can develop a crack.
Empty the container from anything that can be stored in it. Clean the cracked inside or outside of the container with a damp sponge or cloth and wipe gently.
Apply super glue to the crack as you move the pipe up and down and / or the width of the crack.
Allow the glue to dry for a minute or two, then wrap a rubber cloth or rubber bandage around the pot two or three times. Attach the edges of the fabric or dress as tightly as possible so that the knot is above the crack and put pressure on the attached crack.
Wrap the insulated cable three or four times around the bandage or ribbon and tighten or twist the ends together.
Remove the wire and rubber bandage or cloth after 24 hours. Use a razor blade or a sharp hobby knife to remove the dry glue visible on the surface of the container. Reinstall the cartridge or bring it back to the display. Do not cook or otherwise heat a solid saucepan and do not use it for storing food if the crack is in it.