S340. Jade 403. PVA. Jade 403. PVA adhesive for bookbinding.
Used for hand bookmaking and box making. Use to adhere paper to paper, paper to board, board to board, cloth to board. Flexible when dry. Thins with water. Permanent bond when dry. pH neutral. Acid free. Highly recommended.
Choose size: 8oz (1/2 pint) or 16oz (pint)
Jade PVA will not work if it is frozen. Use caution ordering this item during the winter. Ordering in the winter months is done at your own risk.
S391. UHU Glue Stick Glue sticks are an easy way to apply glue for card and bookmaking projects. and many people think that UHU is the best glue stick. They don't add water so they dry wrinkle-free and work on paper, cardboard, fabric, photos and more. Clean and convenient for school or studio use. Large chapstick/lipstick style applicator. 1.41oz. Acid Free. Safe for children. (Germany) UHU 41197
"The UHU Glue Stick is my favorite glue stick of all time. I have projects made with UHU Glue Sticks well over ten years old and they have held up beautifully."
- Michael Jacobs author of B2674. Cards That Pop-up, Flip & Slide, and B2799. Books Unbound. More at tips on Michael's website: www.thecreativezone.com
S203. Yes! Stikflat Glue "Yes!" Stickflat Glue. For long-lasting archival mounting. Neutral pH. Will not react with air against
paper. Completely organic, can be thinned with warm
water. Ideal for conservation of art & bookbinding.
Price increase August 2013 due to manufacturer increase.
S233. Wheat Starch Paste (1 lb Bag) Wheat Starch for Paste. Pre-cooked, dissolves easily in cold water. Can also be mixed with PVA adhesives
or methyl cellulose. Used for attaching paper to boards & leather to covers and in tissue repairing. Wheat
starch does not yellow. Also used for paste paper. Archival.
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S847. Grafix Frisket Film: Extra Tack, Matte Grafix Frisket Film Extratak is a translucent, repositionable, matte finish (.011" thick), removable-adhesive film. From the sheet, you cut the shape you want to mask, peel the film from the backing, and apply it to the paper (or glass, plastic or metal). This frisket film has a higher tack, and Reggie Ezell uses it on hot press paper or a paper that has been spray-fixed thoroughly. Either will withstand the rigors of (carefully!) peeling off the frisket without ripping off paper fibers.