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Thread: Glue again

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    Super Member Weezy Rider's Avatar
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    Glue again

    I finally found the fine tipped caps and ordered some. They do fit on the large bottle of Glue Baste It.
    I had bought some a couple of years ago and the smaller bottled got hosed. The tiny replacement bottles are hard to squeeze for me. Now I CAN use up the glue. I only glue binding, that's why it has lasted so long.

    I did find a bottle of Elmers School Glue, it said it washed out and was good for slime. Only problem or difference, it's clear, not white. Anyone used the clear?

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    I have used the clear Washable Elmer's glue and it does wash out in the laundry.

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    On another post one comment stated even if it doesn't completely wash out it does soften with the binding.

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    Would the tips fit on the Elmer's bottle? Who did you order them from?
    Lisa

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    I used Pile O' Fabric - they came with an extra long pin extension on the top that looks like it will keep the whole tip open.

    Got them promptly. Looks like they will fit on the Elmer's bottle. I want to use up the Glue Baste It first.

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    I got my tips at Sallys beauty, they're on dye bottles, the fine tip lid screws directly onto the Elmers bottle. They work great for me but they are plastic, not metal.

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