January 2000's
Glue of the Month

Casein Glue (milk)

Now that the Y2K has safely arrived many of us may be wondering what we should do with that large stash of supplies we've been hoarding. Well we have a suggestion for the powdered milk - glue - WHAT ELSE?
Powdered milk makes a very strong, non-toxic adhesive. It can be mixed thick enough to fill gaps or thin enough to go through a spritzer for easy application that still has good sticking power. And at C$15/2.5 kg that's a lot of glue. It is not water proof and can attract vermin, and it will yellow over time.

Also, for that flour and water paste we are all familiar with, don't forget to add a few drops of clove oil to prevent it from going moldy.
Happy gluing into the new millennium.

Past Glues of the Month

If you've discovered a glue that you've grown attached to, please let us know. Maybe we can honor your glue in a future month.

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