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    This Glue Chart Guides You Through Which Glue to Use Where

    Finding the right glue for the job isn't always an easy task and if you get it wrong, your DIY project will fall apart before you even get started. Thankfully, DIY blog Design*Sponge has put together a chart describing which glue is best to use and when.
    • Savannah Austin

      Glue guide for crafting. HOT GLUE FIXES EVERYTHING.

    • Juno

      baconsavingcosplay: Glue Chart part of Building Your Toolbox - Adhesives by Kate Pruitt at Design Sponge Footnote: * These glues 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.

    • Sparkles A Lot

      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

    • Autumn Clark

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

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