This is glue made from milk, vinegar and baking soda. It is stronger than elmers glue and is very inexpensive. It is my entry to the amazon.com and instructables science fair group.

Step 1: Materials

Heres what you need:
Milk(mooo juice)no whole milk
Baking Soda
Paper Towel or Coffee Filter
Popsicle Stick
Table Spoon
2 Dixie Cups
Small Spoon
Theophilus talks about this in &quot;Divers Arts&quot; he said that if you added quick lime to it you could glue boats together.&nbsp; I haven't tried it yet but it looks right in your neighbor&nbsp; hood, also if you title it making glue from spoiled milk you can recoupe the cost of milk, groceries throw out milk past it's expiration and sometimes you can get it for asking.&nbsp; In a farm environment milk is the price of grass.<br /> <br /> Once again Nice!
Cool idea. I'm working on a way to make tacky glue(or any glue I guess) stronger
use flour
Actually how strong is this glue?
like elmers glue.
When I did it it just turned into a bunch of foam?
Do you know if this can be stored if you don't use all of it?
nice idea, now i know how i am going to fix the cupboard door in the kitchen... lol
um what about the smell of aged moo glue? ew!!!
No smell : ) Well, unless you leave a large amount someplace where it can't dry out, but then the smell is mold, not sour milk.
Isn't Elmer's white glue made of milk anyway?
no its made of animal hooves
first of all that thing looks like a turd turned white and stuff..and second of all ew...........but i guess its a ok project...
At over $2 a gallon, milk glue is expensive especially when you are only using the solids : ) (If you figure 1/3 of the milk is solids-generous guess-, you are at the same price as bulk elmer's glue.)

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