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Many white glues, as well as most yellow carpenters glue, do not dry
waterproof. Check the label of the particular product you are using to
--- In STMFC@..., "ed_mines" <ed_mines@...> wrote:
I have no doubt that parts made by laminating thin sheets of material
with white glue are strong and white glue is very good for water
proofing but years ago I had difficulty painting white glue.
I used white glue and Floquil paint in aerosol cans on the first
Ambroid kits I assembled. The wet paint pulled away from thick laters
of diy white glue.
For a long time I used Ambroid cement dissolved in MEK to seal wood.