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Great product. I use it to make paper vessels. It is an easy cleanup no mess product that adheres the layers of paper together beautifully.
Rated by: Cheryl A.in Bristol, CT
I bought this to make books. A little goes a long way. You can make it up and leave it indefinitely for immediate use. So i keep it out and use it for all my art projects and my daughter is using it for scrap booking. This is a great quality and it has so many uses and applications. Don't just buy it for the usages listed. You wont be disappointed, great bargain, great price. I also think that if you find it for something different that listed here in the reviews you should also tell us what you do with it, it will help us all out that like to review before purchasing new products.
Rated by: M. W.in Las Vegas, NV
For archival materials requiring additional or custom contruction, this product is the last word. Methyl Cellulose is choice for adhering archival surfaces whether one is increasing ply or doing more complex work. In my case I had to create a countersunk archival backing for a mounted artwork to conserve the piece and minimalize stress on the work for framing. This product is a staple adherent.
Rated by: Todd B.in Miami, FL
Excellent price, great quality.
Rated by: Michelle H.in South Bend, IN
This is a great archival product. The powder is easily made into a paste. Photos are securly adhered to the backing material.
Rated by: Lohrin Port Henry, NY
Used to repair old pulp magazines from the 1930s. It worked very well. Dries clear. Slow shipping, though.
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