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Those other ingredients will cause cancer. Or obesity, or both if the user is a paste eater....Yuck!
I did some research and found that elmers has an acid free glue. Reviews say that it can be used on paper. What would you say?
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I used PVA glue to seal a craft foam ball several years ago and then covered it with mosaics. That worked well but it did take several coats of the glue to seal it.
Question, someone suggested I could coat plain craft foam(purchased at Michael's) in PVA glue. I suppose Elmer's Glue or something similar will suffice. Well, my question is, will it damage the craft foam at all?? My plan is to simply coat it all before painting it with acrylic paints. The whole point is so that the acrylic paint won't crackle or flake off :/
White school glue is just fine. No worries.
Than you vbanaszak for your reply.
PVA = Polyvinyl Acetate...Don't worry about the brand name. It's essentially white craft glue. "Elmer's", actually has a higher than average Ph than most PVA's and depending on the wood you plan on using, it might cause staining...hope this helps.
Thank you Jim for your reply. Yes it did help.
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