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glue

Vox populi A substance used to join one material to another. See Fibrin glue, Krazy glue, Superglue.
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YOU WILL NEED: A4 sheet of white and pink felt Padded headband Sirdar Snuggly Snowflake DK yarn in Milky Fabric glue Scissors & pen
The stan dard polymer glue does not func tion at high tem per a tures or high pres sures, but the metallic glue does.
Once squeezed-out glue has been removed, there's still a chance that some is hiding.
Once completed, use craft glue or a hot glue gun to glue the non-decorated sides of the CDs together to complete the fish.
Recent innovations that are being offered as alternatives to the traditional glue wheel system include spray application systems, label reels with adhesive pre-applied to the label web and extrusion application systems.
The hot glue of the Gernep Rollima is economically applied onto the container by nozzle.
While many people will still prefer our traditional white School Glue, we're proud to fill this niche need in the marketplace with the first and only natural adhesive for school use.
Spread glue along one short edge and press it onto another short edge.
Keywords: PU glue, PVAc glue, bonding, bonding strength, planning
The glue dries slightly raised on the surface, lending itself to several exciting treatments.
In earlier studies, it was revealed that spiders make web glue from glycoproteins, or proteins bits of sugar attached.
MATERIALS 1/4 yard cotton fabric * 1/2-inch-wide headbands * Glue gun * Fabric scissors * Tacky glue