Insulcast adhesive made by Permagile Industries Inc. of Plainview, NY 11701. Most likely a derivative their IC 1-215 epoxy.
Any glue should work, the solvent would still evaporate.
Glue the bamboo together?
GREAT QUESTION SKIPPY!!apparently, in addition to blue-tac, super-glue and duct tape, the high-tech international space station is also held together by paper-clips.hop this helpsp.s.a google search or wikipedia search might also reveal that it is a multi-billibucks gadget.when you waste that much just trying to prove that God really did create the Heavens and the Earths, well, they might have sneaked a few bits of reinforced metal, a couple of rivets and even some welding into it.but the last time i looked at our 7year-olds international space station, it was a mass of cardboard, aluminum foil, cottonwool and, as previously mentioned, blue-tac, duct tape and paper-clips
Simply put: get 2 dollar bills with the same letter seal. Get an eraser or sandpaper and use it to erase the seal off the trick dollar. Cut one seal out of the other bill. Use a scanner or copy machine to copy the seal onto the other dollar (taping the bill to a sheet of paper so it will feed through the copier). then use glue to glue to place the seal you cut off onto the trick bill. then it should rub off the bill and stick to your thumb. the rest is slight of hand a showmanship!
A clinometer is an instrument used for measuring the angle or elevation of slopes. To make, print out a copy of a protractor and cut around it, cut a piece of cardboard to the same size and glue this on the back of the protractor, and tape a straw to the straight edge of the protractor.
hot glue gun would probably be your best bet
Most glue is an adhesive such as Elmers school glue, puzzle glue, and wood glue
Adhesive, -and there are hundreds of different kinds.
glue, pva glue, contact adhesive, epoxy adhesive, wallpaper paste are a few examples.
glue for the space shuttle and used in a salve for horses lips
yeah because it adheres something to something else....
Yes, there is a glue that can be used to re-glue a side car mirror. It is not an actual glue but more of an adhesive. That adhesive is construction silicone adhesive that is free of latex.
I have used that to stick lino tiles. It worked very well. Mapei glues are very good.
Gorilla glue is an expanding urethane adhesive.
I wouldn't do it. Tar paper between subfloor and finish floor is a good technique, but gluing tiles directly to a tar paper surface is not a good idea.
An adhesive and a hardener, or an adhesive and a solvent (which evaporates, allowing the glue to harden)
Depends what you want to stick onto it. Not many glues stick effectively to plaster.