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SONYA wrote:I don't think you can get Elmers glue in Scotland(UK) so can anyone in Britain help me out with fusing glue?
Andrew wrote:Dilute Elmers at least 50%. The manufacturers claim that the glue burns off and leaves no residue but I haven't found this to be true. Glue on the surface usually burns off completely, but I have seen residue when the glue is trapped between layers - especially between clear. Just be careful how and where you use it.
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