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Anonymous 2012-11-07 08:11:40 No.483310

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Has anyone used the glue Fabri-Tac? It's alcohol based so it dries a lot faster than tacky glue or white glue, like completely dry in 30 seconds. I guess it's not as repositionable in the first few seconds, but that seems like it would be very useful to speed up the process of papercrafting. It dries a little bit flexible, but not very. I don't think it would be a problem.
Do you guys use regular white glue or tacky glue? I know most of you water it down a little with water and apply it with a brush. I was into this about 3 years ago, but I stopped doing it once my color printer broke. I may have access to one again.


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Anonymous 2012-11-07 08:26:59 No.483311
I see that my question about what glue you guys use is answered in the sticky. Please disregard.







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