keep glue cooled

Discussion in 'Tips & FAQs' started by the micromodels builder, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. the micromodels builder

    the micromodels builder Card Model Designer

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    I don't even want any sarcastic comments today. Save them for later.

    I've found out keeping Elmer's glue by a fan (or cold luquid) has proved succesful in keeping the glue cool enough to prevent getting watery, but not too cold to become an ice cube.

    Just a tip.
  2. cgutzmer

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    This must be a characteristic of Elmers? I use Aileens and have never known it to get watery....
    Chris
  3. the micromodels builder

    the micromodels builder Card Model Designer

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    The watery problem mostly happens in rooms where it's fairly humid. Since I live in a room with no air conditioning, I thought I'd post this tip for anyone in a similar situation.

    Perhaps I should give Aileens a try someday.