Never mind, how do you glue porcelain back together?
Choose a clear epoxy glue and apply a thin coat to one of the sides that will fit together. You can use a matchstick or toothpick for small pieces or a thin spatula for larger ones. A slower drying glue will give you time to fit the piece and get it pressed into place.
There has also, is Gorilla Glue good for ceramics? White Gorilla Glue is a 100% waterproof glue, safe for indoor and outdoor use and strong enough to stand up to the elements. The white glue easily bonds foam, wood, metal, ceramic, stone and much more!
Next, can you fix broken porcelain?
A potter simply cannot refire a broken pottery and make it whole again. ... The first step to fix broken pottery or a ceramic object is by mending the pieces with two-part epoxy adhesive. With modern adhesives, fillers, paints and cold glaze, it's possible to perform seamless repairs to damaged ceramic and pottery objects.
A few dots of super glue can repair porcelain items. ... You can accidentally drop a porcelain item and shatter it to pieces. Provided the parts aren't too tiny, you can pick them up and put them back together again using ordinary household super glue. It forms an invisible bond quickly and holds tight through normal use.
If it's just a minor chip, you can always try to super glue the piece back on. There's a special kind of epoxy glue for porcelain, FYI. Try that and see if it works. But if it's a major crack, or a crack to any part of the toilet that handles water or waste, we highly recommend that you replace the toilet.
Use self-gripping tweezers to hold each broken piece of ceramic. Apply the epoxy or super glue to the end of an ice cream stick, and dab the adhesive onto one of broken edges, then press it into the corresponding edge with light pressure. Hold each piece in place until it's stable, then release it.