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Yes! Paste is the original, all-purpose stik flat glue. Yes! paste is water-based, clear when dry, non-toxic, slow to set, recyclable, and acid-free for archival work. A favorite among hobby enthusiasts, artists, and crafters everywhere, this adhesive is perfect for use with paper, leather, cloth, tin, wood, glass, metal, primed surfaces and more.

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Product Questions and Answers

Is Yes Paste real thick? Can it be watered down?

- Asked by Connies on 30-Apr-14

Yes Paste may be thinned with warm water.

- Answered by MisterArt on 02-May-14

Can I use this paste with metal embossing foil?

- Asked by Jean-Pierre Ryf on 28-May-13

Yes, this paste can be used with metal embossing foil or sheets. You can also Backing Paste by MercArt.

- Answered by MisterArt on 29-May-13

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Rated by: Deborah Thomas in Mesa, AZ
I don't know why more people don't know about this glue. I made a layered cardboard box over 15 years ago and it is just like the day I made it. No warping, loose edges,its perfect. And the great thing about it, if you haven't used it in a long time and it seems dried out, put some water in the jar, close the lid and come back next day and it's usable. It's one glue that more is not better. Thin it with a little water and cover the surface using an old credit card or brush. I love it for paper or chipboard or cardboard projects.
Rated by: David Scott Meier in Key West, FL
I use this to mount my giclee canvas prints on foam core board. Works well and since it's water-based any little messes wipe up easily. Hint: I use an old credit card to spread it on larger surfaces. 20-year user!
Rated by: Teresa R. in San Francisco, CA
Yes Glue is absolutely the best stickum of all for cloth, paper, and cardboard --- and even light weight objects like beads. Usually, Yes Glue is diluted with water and brushed on. Even though it has a water soluble base, once dried it remains resistant to coming loose. It never causes stretching or puckering and becomes invisible once dried.
Rated by: Jen H. in Medford, MA
I make collages from magazine photos. I tried Yes! because I'd had terrible wrinkling problems with Mod-Podge. It is utterly un-wrinkling, which is GREAT. My only issue so far is that it's really thick and a bit hard to spread, but I am going to try diluting it with water and seeing if my papers remain wrinkle-free.
Rated by: deb m. in Florence, AL
I was trying Yes for a particular project and it worked beautifully! Can't wait to try it on something else.
Rated by: susan d. in chandler, AZ
Yes! is great. I use it on my mini scrapbooks and it works better than anything I have tried so far.
Rated by: Janet B. in Tappahannock, VA
I have used YES glue for years and love it! Was so glad to find a company that sells it at a reasonable price. My previous contact charged 50% more.
Rated by: Eleanor B. in Indianapolis, IN
We used Yes glue for a group project and they agreed it was best for book binding using handwoven fabrics.
Rated by: Aniko F. in Irvine, CA
It is the best paste for collage work. The paper will not warp! The paste dries fast, but you will still have enough time to make adjustments with the pieces on your project.
Rated by: Lori H. in Merrimack, NH
One of my all-time, top 3 adhesives, next to PPA (perfect paper adhesive, available here) & Diamond Glaze.
Rated by: Edwin F. in New York, NY
I have tried them all. PVA is great but if you want a true archival paste which will do everything PVA will, YES is the answer. It is sooo convenient. Try cooking paste and you'll say YES!
Rated by: Ann K. in Tulsa, OK
YES is the best! Archival paste that dries quickly, but not too quickly. I've used it for chine colle and collage and recommend it highly.
Rated by: lynn cleare g. in honakaa, HI
So far this is the best paste I have found for collage work. It really does allow the paper to remain flat AND it is acid free!

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