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In today's fast-life, sometimes we forget things in all of the glitz and glamour. We start to take things for granted, things like your everyday school glue. Though ...
The main part of your natural glue is going to be the tree resin. Coniferous trees provide the most available resin. How I gathered my resin and rosin ...
Place a sheet of aluminum foil over your stove to protect it. Place the resin/rosin you collected and place it into one of the pot. Turn the stove ...
Once you are satisfied that most of the resin/rosin is melted, turn of the stove, and pour the melted resin/rosin from one pot through the filter into the ...
Now, set the stove on a simmer, stir in a couple pinches of the charcoal powder. Remember, you can always add more but you can't take any charcoal ...
Take the inky colored resin and pour it into the container, and you're done! The natural glue will dry in the container, but can always be reheated then ...
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