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Synonyms for glue

Synonyms for glue

cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive

join or attach with or as if with glue

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be fixed as if by glue

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Most wood glues set up quickly, which can be a blessing or a curse.
Our goal is to simplify the consumer's shopping experience by offering best-in-class products, not functionally identical SKUs," says Lauren Connley, vice president of marketing for Gorilla Glue Co.
The glue dries slightly raised on the surface, lending itself to several exciting treatments.
The scientists analysed web glue from the golden orb weaving spider, noted for spinning intricate webs.
Scientists have created a glue similar to the worm's glue that may one day be used in bone surgery.
Woodworkers' glue has a faster grab than white glue.
Wounds that have to be closed with some tension may not fare as well cosmetically when surgical glue is used, Dr.
All glues are about the same strength as long as you use them according to the directions.
In these experiments, the soy-containing glues foam just as well or better than blood containing glue, says company president Tom [fix][/fix].
Other benefits of our foamed soy-based glue are that it requires less drying time, uses less water, and produces less waste than conventional plywood glues.
These two-part glues require mixing the glue just before assembling the pieces.
Photo: (1) Dian Robbins of North Hollywood glues flower petals on Sunkist's float for the Rose Parade.
Similar medical glues have been used in Canada and other countries for years, but they were either too weak or toxic.
Achieving a stronger edgebanding bond with PUR glues may be less expensive than you think.
Glues flex when dry, and stand up to washing and drying.