OK....so here I am cruising along to a big costume party on Friday, and I'm closing in on finishing up. I was working on my Mystery bucket, panting and detailing, when I turned my back, then took a blind step and accidentally knocked over the helmet. No biggie, except for the fact that I managed to crack off the left cheek area, which sent me freaking out.>: The crack runs from the bottom corner of where the visor opening, ends on the left side, and follows all the way down the corner by where you would glue the ear piece. It's a terribly awkward spot to repair. I first tried super glue gel, and it failed miserably, so I moved on to 2-ton epoxy. That wasn't holding at first, and I felt panic starting to set in,:suprise but then I went ahead and put some more of the epoxy that I mixed extra that was starting to cure. That worked as it was far more tacky and held better.
I think when the epoxy dries for good it will hold OK, but does anyone have any suggestions for reinforcing the break from the inside. The only good thing about the break is that it's in a spot that doesn't hinder wearing the mask, so I can pretty much lay on any technique good and heavy. Please, any suggestions are very welcome and needed. Thanks in advance guys.