My phone is pretty smashed up and I won't be able to buy a new one for quite a while. I know you can buy a phone for ~$30, but I'm in an extremely tight situation and I just can't afford that right now. I do, however, have some Protite (clear-casting/embedding) fibreglass resin and catalyst. So my question is, if I were to cast a (temporary) new screen, how safe would it be to use? Would I even be able to attach it to the digitiser without losing functionality? And, if anyone could even approximate, how long could I expect it to last? I know an epoxy bond would be stronger but aside from that I'm not sure how it would go enduring heat from the phone, or if it might pose any other risks. I live an hour out of town and rely on my phone greatly, it's kind of essential, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
NB: I posted here because I felt this query pertained most to 'a specific engineering problem' and didn't fit the criteria for the electrical engineering site, nor do I believe it is specific to a particular type of device e.g. iPhone or Android. I apologise if that is not correct. I'm new to SE and definitely no expert in such matters.