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What is an international equivalent of Elmer's white glue?


 

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Dr Mark (DrMark1961) says

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    Lena Welch (Lwelch) 5 years ago

    That is just the answer I was looking for. If white glue is universal I will change it to that.

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    Lena Welch (Lwelch) 5 years ago

    That would work for paste but, alas, not in a silly putty recipe.

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    Lena Welch (Lwelch) 5 years ago

    Even better for an answer! I didn't know PVA and Elmer's were the same thing. I will be reading that after dinner! Thanks!

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    Lena Welch (Lwelch) 5 years ago

    Awesome... add to hub... get one horse carcass, boil it until you get white glue. Add liquid starch. Now you have silly putty.

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    Lena Welch (Lwelch) 5 years ago

    I can find it in the UK. I made a Hub with a recipe that uses Elmer's white glue and a reader wants an accessible solution. I am having a hard time finding one. Thanks for the thoughts.


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