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Re: polymer clay and glue?



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Exercise caution when using E6000.  This glue has toxic fumes and won't =
dry correctly if the air is too cold and/or moist. =20

Simply using it for 5 minutes outside led to me feeling rather dizzy and =
disembodied for 15 minutes.  Adding insult to injury, the E6000 didn't =
hold after being given 2 full days to dry.  (The outdoor conditions =
apparently weren't conducive to the glue).

Anyway, E6000 probably works great when used properly, just be careful. =
=20

--Diane Westerfield

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E6000 is a very strong jewelry glue.
A good friend uses it w/ polymer clay all the time.

Janet

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