The setup: Trying to make custom fridge magnets that are a large glass bead (with flat bottom), printed paper circle with text or image, then a magnet. So... Glass Adhesive Paper (printed side up) Adhesive Magnet
Our attempts so have used super glue (cyanoacrylate) to bind the paper to the the glass. The results have been that the image/text on the paper bleeds or smudges. This surprised us as it was a laser printer which we thought would be pretty fixed. I think the super glue is acting as a solvent to the toner on the paper.
Main question is: What would be a better adhesive here to afix the printed side of the paper to the glass without running the print job (laser printer toner)? Needs to be fairly permanent but also needs to cure clear and not yellow much over time. A different glue/adhesive for the magnet side is acceptable and not the focus of this question.