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Silicone caulk or silicone RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanizing) glue (pretty much the same thing with different labels.) Sticks pretty well, moisture helps it cure, and it can be peeled off when you want it gone.
Going back to the original question, it is true that the glue that is activated on the back of pre-pasted wallpaper is probably not enough to make it stick to the wall. Most pre-pasted wallpapers come with instructions advising to SIZE the walls before wetting the wallpaper strip and THEN use a brush to add wallpaper glue (I can't remember if that is what ...
When in doubt, epoxies will bond most hard things to most hard things. As @ojait said, thoroughly clean both surfaces first.
As others have suggested, I'd use a slow-setting 2-part epoxy. Put some books on the center of the glass to apply some compressive force while waiting for the epoxy to cure.
A U.V.-type cure glue should work. Although I have never used this type of glue Other persons have mentioned it works very well for bonding metal to glass. I believe that you will need a specific light, that is an ULTRA VIOLET lamp to complete the adhesion process. Here is a link: ...
I believe it is the same product and can be used in either job as a primer or as an additive to give the concrete more resiliency and plasticity. Your description makes it sound like the same product here in N.A. To be sure it can function as a primer try this test: using a paint brush apply it full strength to a clean out of sight concrete surface. If after ...
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