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That is just the answer I was looking for. If white glue is universal I will change it to that.
That would work for paste but, alas, not in a silly putty recipe.
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!
Awesome... add to hub... get one horse carcass, boil it until you get white glue. Add liquid starch. Now you have silly putty.
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.
I am not exactly what you are trying to do but based on your Silly Putty comment, would something like rubber cement with some liquid paper added to it do the trick. You can warm the rubber cement to thin it out. Use a fresh bottle of liquid paper.
Elmer's white glue + liquid starch = substance very similar to silly putty.