How do I make suction cups stick to glass?

How do I make suction cups stick to glass?

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  1. safest thing to use as a little bit of moisture some people use a little bit of blue that’s removable you don’t want to use an epoxy or something of that caliber don’t be a dummy like this gal the other day that said she’d didn’t have any proper fingernail glue so she used epoxy now you talk about dumb she’s going to have those Nails on her finger of very long time she might be able to soak it off and acetone book that’s not good for her skin or health dum dum. I make all of these statements because I’m 82 I used to be a shop teacher and I do extensive repair work especially Furniture refinish finishing so I’m using all kinds of fluids to clean brushes and so forth and so on so I’m very familiar with acetone lacquer thinner mineral spirits and a few other but acetone is dangerous stuff it’s worse than lacquer thinner and that’s bad enough for your breathing anyway

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  2. Clean the glass first and clean the suction cup. Then rub the smallest amount of petroleum jelly film on the edge of the suction cup to act as a seal and press the suction cup firmly onto the glass.

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  3. Press the center of each suction cup all the way down firmly to the glass and keep firm pressure for about fifteen seconds, then gently release the pressure until all the air bubbles inside are released and a vacuum is created to firmly seal the cups to the surface.

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