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Where can I find PVA glue for book binding?? Answered

I can't seem to find PVA glue or pre-waxed thread for book binding anywhere. Can someone tell me where I can find it on the internet or anywhere???

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PaulT6 (author)2015-07-07

a comprehensive article on bookbinding glues here for anyone looking: http://www.ibookbinding.com/blog/bookbinding-gluing-tips-techniques-types-info/

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OregonArtSupply (author)2013-03-20

We sell PVA Glue, waxed linen threads, and other bookbinding materials in our shop! Check it out at oregonartsupply.com

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vegasredbear (author)2011-10-20
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danderson5 (author)2011-06-22

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alisonx (author)2010-01-16

I got a nifty thread waxer (round of beeswax in a plastic case with guides for thread) at a sewing store.  Waxed thread is used in quilting so any store with quilting supplies might have this.

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ClockworkDragonfly (author)2010-01-12

Others have answered the glue part satisfactorily. As for pre-waxed thread, you can pick it up from any leather working supplier (Tandy/LF, Weaver, etc). It's not hard to wax your own thread though. All you have to do is drag the thread across some beeswax several times, then pinch it in a piece of old denim and pull it through to work the wax in a bit.

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lemonie (author)2010-01-09

It's very easy to find, I picked up 2 L at Wilkinson. Any sort of DIY store should have it - go shopping.

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RavingMadStudios (author)2010-01-09

Regular Elmer's white glue will work just fine, unless you are looking for archival quality, PH-balanced, specially-for-bookbinding glue, in which case, you should look here.

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steveastrouk (author)2010-01-09