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This is my favorite product of all time. Go Tacky Glue!
Rated by: Jeffrey T.in Rehoboth Beach, DE
Super Stuff, a very thick white glue which dries clear, holds great to paster casts, wood, foam, etc. Water based. Glad I tried it the first time, will use it a lot more!!!
Rated by: Michelle V.in Chesapeake, VA
Happy with the product. Serves its purpose.
Rated by: Patricia C.in Huson, MT
Love this glue to use on delicate items. I have been using it for years now with great success on all my crafts.
Rated by: Diane Z.in Berkeley, CA
Very helpful for a kids project of gluing small objects on wood - great for small hands - glue dried clear. Great stuff!
Rated by: Susan R.in Tampa, FL
This glue has become an invaluable tool when doing the hems of my floorcloths. I had tried 2 other methods, but the Aleene's glue has given me the best results. Love this large size bottle.
Rated by: Donnalda S.in Palm Springs, CA
This is the best all-purpose glue. I use it straight for the obvious purposes it holds dries fast and clear. Mixed 50-50 with water it is a collage medium, varnish and bookbinding and cover glue. Buy it in the largest bottles !
Rated by: Travis K.in Phoenix, AZ
Being an architecture student, I build a LOT of models. Tacky Glue is by far the best product I have used for cardboard, bass wood, and foam core board. Dries very fast, so you don't have to wait for it to dry before you continue on with your project.
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