Best type of glue for Swarovski crystal

Best type of glue for Swarovski crystal

I have a necklace with a Swarovski pendant of a dolphin. The snout, tail and fins are made of gold and some of them have fallen off because of the glue. The item is no longer under warranty and they will not repair it for me. If I want to wear this necklace again I must fix it myself. I think I can do it, but I want to make sure I pick the right glue something that wont discolor overtime, but has a strong bond. I know people do crafting with crystals so I was wondering if anyone had suggestions on which type of glue I should go with.

Epoxy glue will not discolor over time like hot glue or super glue. The epoxy is rubberlike and absorbs shock. Then we touch the glue to the back of the rhinestone. We maneuver the pingluerhinestone over the place where we want the stone to be. Then we push the rhinestone in place, and simultaneously pull the pin away from the stone. We rub the stone and around the stone with our finger or the pin to get any excess glue off. Before it dries, E6000 rubs off like rubber cement.

Noncorrosive and selfleveling, E6000 adheres in 5 to 10 minutes, and hardens to a clear, waterproof cure in 24 hours. This means you have about 10 minutes to position and reposition whatever you are gluing. If you are making jewelry, you should let the piece dry hard overnight, before you wear it.