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  • Carol Cook

    Glue Chart! the * indicates glues that are not ideal for adhering the material but can be sufficient if the project is small and lightweight, and non-functional (craft only). When using hot glue for styrofoam projects, choose a low-temperature glue gun only. High-temperature hot glue will most likely refuse to bond and melt the plastic, which gives off harmful fumes. Also note that only waterproof glues should be used on ceramics such as mugs, dishware and vases. Lastly, if your paper projects involve fine artwork (or anything you’d like to keep for a very long time) you should use archival adhesives instead of the standard glues above.

  • Autumn Clark

    Good Glue Guide to add to craft board cheat sheet!!!!!! Love it!

  • Rya Chan

    Glue guide! For DIY projects

  • Jay Low

    Which glue should I use? This is fab! DIY crafts home made easy crafts craft idea crafts ideas diy ideas diy crafts diy idea do it yourself diy projects diy craft handmade fun fashion DIY

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