Asked on Jul 7, 2019

What should I add to white school glue to control the flow?

JaniceJohnavallance82Cheryl Williamsen
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    • Leonore
      on Jul 7, 2019

      I asked the wrong question - I actually needed to know which ingredients the school glue should have if used as flow control for acrylic paints. They don't all seem to do the job.

  • Johnavallance82
    on Jul 7, 2019

    Hello there, Water it down to required flow...........

    • Leonore
      on Jul 7, 2019

      I asked the wrong question - I actually needed to know which ingredients the school glue should have if used as flow control for acrylic paints. They don't all seem to do the job.

  • Janice
    on Jul 7, 2019

    Is it flowing too well? Perhaps seal the current hole with your glue, then use a needle to create a smaller hole than you had before.

    • Leonore
      on Jul 7, 2019

      I asked the wrong question - I actually needed to know which ingredients the school glue should have if used as flow control for acrylic paints. They don't all seem to do the job.

  • Janice
    on Jul 7, 2019

    Hi Leonore, I've watched several tutorials on the topic of painting and many use a product called Floetrol or something close to that available at Hardware stores to increase the the time you can work with the poured paints. Fun projects, I'm sure, I've not tried doing it yet. Have fun!

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