PVA is the abbreviation for Poly Vinyl Acetate and is an adhesive used for many things
It is polyvinyl acetate, a polymer used in wood glues. In PVA paints, it is more often VAE (vinyl acetate ethylene), which is a copolymer of PVA.
The abbreviation PVA can stand for many things such as Polyvinyl acetate, Portal vein arterialization, or Pressure volume area depending on the context it is used in.
There is probably more than one answer for this. One is: Polyvinyl Acetate
You can make sweetcorn PVA friendly by not putting it in PVA bags!
Actually it is a PVA glue. PVA stands for Polyvinyl Acetate.
you get pva glue and let it dry
no pva is more stronger
No, PVA can not burn your skin.
PVA is not commonly used on drywall.
No, PVA is not usually in wallpaper adhesive.
I need the formulation for Industrial PVA paint
No, if hardened properly PVA is a permanent glue.
Yes, PVA glue will stick to clay.
Because PVA is the appropriate glue for wood.
PVA glue will probably make them sick.
Elmer's Glue is made from PVA.
Yes, PVA glues can be used on wood.
PVA is for gluing, paper, card and wood.
Elmer's white glue is a PVA.
It depends on the glue and what it's used for. Many glues are stronger than PVA, but may not be suitable on wood as PVA is.
PVA glue can be stronger if properly applied and clamped.
PVA glues are used for joining paper, card and wood.