The linking polymers in th TiteBond series of wood glues are marvelou. II nd III are consistently rate "The bst" goddam woodglues out there. BUT, like all the link polymers, they DONT ADHERE to plastics themselves. So, the only thing you need to worry about is not leaving it harden too long. Id say as soon as its dried clear, take it off, and yeh, the polymers have an affinity or anything fibrous or lignin or even metal dust, so it gets "sucked into the black hole of glue". I was amazed at how damn clear the record sounded.
Id just given up on vinyl when CDs came out cause Id play em to death and always hdda buy 2 albums(then I got into recording cuts). But never really liked CD's (or even now, my various playlists). NOTHING sounds like a vinyl record, Its true bass, the trebles. When CD's came out w were exposed to the marketing pitch that sounding "flat" was the wave of the future. NOW, with sound reduction and soma this shiit, IM GOIN BACK TA RECORDS.
I have some dual E POWER BIGGS recordings of some Bach pieces and Vivaldi thats like being at the concert, you can hear the organ stops and the air.
Now Im gonna have to consider your stuff too. SO IT REALLY WORKS???