cements, buckland's defined in 1909 yearcements, buckland's - Cements, Buckland's;
cements, buckland's - White sugar, 1 oz.; starch, 3 oz.; gum arabic, 4 oz. These should all be separately reduced to a very fine powder, and then rubbed well together in a dry mortar; then little by little add cold water until the mass is of the thickness of melted glue; put in a wide-mouthed bottle, and cork closely. The dry powder itself, thoroughly ground and mixed, may be kept for any length of time in a wide-mouthed bottle, and when wanted a little may be mixed with water with a stiff brush. It answers ordinarily for all the purposes for which mucilage is used, and as a cement for labels it is specially good, as it does not become brittle and crack off.
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