cements, damp and moisture resisting glue defined in 1909 year
cements, damp and moisture resisting glue - Cements, Damp and Moisture Resisting Glue; cements, damp and moisture resisting glue -
Take of the best and strongest glue enough to make a pint when melted. Soak this until soft. Pour off the water as in ordinary glue making and add a little water if the glue is likely to be too thick. When melted, add 3 tablespoonfuls of boiled linseed-oil. Stir frequently and keep up the heat until the oil disappears, which may take the whole day and perhaps more. If necessary add water to make up for that lost by evaporation. When no more oil is seen, a tablespoonful of whiting is added and thoroughly incorporated with the glue.
A glue which is proof against moisture may be made by dissolving 16 oz. of glue in 3 pints of skim milk. If a stronger glue is wanted, add powdered lime.
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