because papaya sap is so sticky and you can make it a glue
because papaya sap is so sticky it serves as a glue and by the time it dries the two thing you have use to glue together are totally stuck together.
No, it can't, not sticky enough.
It's possible that caimito sap could be used as glue. If you can get some caimito sap you should run an experiment to see it will glue two pieces of wood for example.
You can make tree sap glue from many trees. -Native Indians in the north used pine sap mixed with very finely crushed charcoal for glue. -It works, I've tried it.
You could say pine trees have glue, their sap is often used in natural glue mixes.
It depends on what kind of frut you will use may i suggest the jackfrut....because t has already been proven that jackfruit sap can be used as glue
Put the sap in a glue processor
we can make a glue out of jackfruit because ....its sap is very sticky so ...we can make it as a glue.
procedures of star apple sap as glue
Some saps can be used in cooking, also used as glue in certain countries.
You can possibly make glue for wood if you used pine sap and charcoal. The north American Indians did this.
some tree sap can be sued as medicine. some can be used as glue. i even hear that some tree sap can burn and persist for a long time and the local resident as illumination.
Most tree or vegetable sap is sticky. That is why many primitive cultures used these saps as a base for glue.
Mix some pine sap with crushed charcoal and you will have an excellent glue paste just like Indians used to make.
Depends on which glue. Most are not flammable. Some made with tree sap are.
Some pine trees do that.
It is the sap of the tree and could possibly be used as the base for a simple glue if mixed with the right ingredients.
Yes, native people all over the world had glues from tree-sap. The north American Indians added crushed charcoal to pine sap to make a glue.
The glue in pine trees is sap. This sap has been made into glue by native Indians for centuries. To make pine sap glue as the Indians and pioneers did, melt the pine sap in a small can or tin over a campfire. Leave room in the tin for some crushed charcoal (make this from the remains of yesterdays campfire) Mix crushed charcoal into about 3 times as much hot pine sap and you now have glue that will stick many things.) Even though the remains will harden, each time you melt them you will have usable glue again. -Good camping.
Glue was possibly made first by American Indians from pine sap and charcoal.
it is sticky.
Slice the side of the tree then wait for about 24 hours to get sap and use it to make glue.