I have a self-tapping screw that has stripped through its plastic (I can't be more specific) housing. What's the toughest (as in resistant to stripping, it's not particularly load bearing) glue that I can fill it with, and still be able to drive it in once set? (I do need to be able to remove it again.)
For example, a two-part epoxy would be nice and strong, but it wouldn't tap. A 'hot melt' stick would be easy, but I'm not convinced it would hold well; likewise a silicone sealant or caulking. A PVA wood glue should be possible to screw into, but I think it might just start to crumble rather than hold a thread? Perhaps 'Gorilla Glue'?