apparently you haven't smelled black glue...
Could be an A/C coolant leak.
all you have to really do is first make an out line of the body,then you use glue,not hot glue cause you could burn the matches,but just glue them together.thats all.
Crazy glue will not cause burns but if you accidentally use it to glue your skin, separating it may feel like burns.
YES, glue sniffing can definitely cause brain damage.
There is no specific hardwood flooring glue as it's not supposed to be glued down. You could glue it with a good quality wood glue, but most manufacturers warn that this can cause buckling later on. It's generally angle nailed.
You could take a bali0o8loon and covperh it in some kind of glue that smells horrible and this glue will make the balloonjuyuhu nyi900ot pop and then you gluk,p,nbvce newspaper on top of the balloon and then you can decorate the animal hfbuko;owever you may like.
It could be PVA, it could be resin, it could be cyanoacrylate - -Name your Glue-
store glue cause they put more things in it
Depends on what you think smells good. I'm really weird so I think it smells good so it's up to you. But I do not encourage you to sniff it.
it really won't be good....but it depends on the type of glue some glue can cause worse problems then other types of glue...
You could say pine trees have glue, their sap is often used in natural glue mixes.
Sniffing glue can indeed lead to brain damage and death.
when the glue dries it shrinks, pulling the surface of the paper together causing the wrinkle.
A hot glue gun can not melt a pencil cause a pencil is wood!
just glue a quarter to the floor of your school, and watch people try to pick it up :)!
Sniffing glue and paint is extremely dangerous, it can cause brain damage and is addictive, never sniff glue especially pritt sticks.
Maybe if injected into the eyeball. (not recommended)
Wood glue. Go to a hardware store.
The glue is called Mod Podge Puzzle Saver and could be bought at a Michael's Store or any hobby store.
cause sometimes you need two things to stick together for a long time and glue is the easy solution
You could glue them on with many kinds of silicon glue.
You could use a hot glue gun or water based contact cement
That depends entirely on the relative strength of the magnet and the adhesion of the glue.