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Just now, F_in Ray Of Sunshine said:

Good thing it didn't require library paste or you would have eaten it all

Did people actually do that?  The glue kit and chemicals said "non-toxic", so maybe next time I will put some on a hot dog and see how it tastes.

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21 minutes ago, Airehead said:

Why doesn't glue stick to the bottle it is in?  Or to the tube in the case of glue sticks?

Because there is no air, or very little in the bottle/tube. If a glue bottle is almost empty, the glue may harden because there is more air inside.

Order me some rubber cement, I can't find my bottle :)

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1 hour ago, Airehead said:

Why doesn't glue stick to the bottle it is in?  Or to the tube in the case of glue sticks?

You should summon the SW Cafe's resident chemist to the line!  @MickinMD

I will say, most "glue" is crap on plastic and glass.  Gotta go with those "activated" epoxy sorts of things to get a real bond.

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52 minutes ago, bikeman564™ said:

Because there is no air, or very little in the bottle/tube. If a glue bottle is almost empty, the glue may harden because there is more air inside.

Order me some rubber cement, I can't find my bottle :)

Use a new one you cheap bastid.

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