A fellow scrapper was using this at a crop I attended in November. She used it to attach chipboard to her altered "lunch" boxes and raved about how great it worked. She was just about finishing off a bottle and was ready to toss the container when I asked her what the name of the product was. She tossed me the bottle and told me to give it a try when I got the chance (there was a small amount left).
That small amount was enough to seal 10-12 DelMonte fruit cup projects I made with a friend this past Christmas as well as glue down a few other items. The stuff goes a LONG way and though it can be a little messy, cleans up VERY easily!
I have used it to glue my dd's wood doll furniture back together (rough kid play) as well as a couple of broken ceramic Christmas items. IT works faster and way better than crazy glue!
Zip Dry....I didn't like it the first time I tried it. I was at a workshop, working on mini clipboards. The instructor told us to try Zip Dry to make sure the paper and all the goodies stuck to the board. (I personally thought..what a good way to push a product. Not going for it) So I tried it and it worked. At first I thought this product is too messy.
The instructor said..this product will hold everything and anything down. I then thought..maybe I should try it.
I bought a bottle and IT WORKED. NOW I'm a firm believer in the product.
Try it...YOU WILL LIKE IT!
I was using Elmer's craft bond, memory book glue pen and got annoyed with having to put the glue on and hold the item/s in place for a period of time. I wanted something that will glue on quickly without having to hold on to it to let it dry. So on the search for glue, i went to the forum to see what others recommended and they recommended zip dry. Once I got it i used it for the first time and it works. I highly recommend this glue for quick drying.