2Litre PVA GLUE £1.50 in-store only at Asda
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2Litre PVA GLUE £1.50 in-store only at Asda

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Posted 17th Mar
Brian Clegg 2 litre pva glue . Ideal for making slime


£4 reduced to £1.50
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I'm gonna buy this, paint my hands and spend hours peeling it off when it's dry, oh the memories
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Don't forget to pick up a tin of WD 40 to help clean up the mess.
Stuck on this deal! Brilliant price.
This is fake, I remember from school that the real stuff comes in washing up liquid bottles.
nacho991 m ago

This is fake, I remember from school that the real stuff comes in washing …This is fake, I remember from school that the real stuff comes in washing up liquid bottles.


This is just the daddy. Big, bulk pack.
Great price. Plasterers and builders use this stuff all the time!
Great for slime making too!
Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue. I've been doing it wrong apparently anyway.
I'm gonna buy this, paint my hands and spend hours peeling it off when it's dry, oh the memories
I know a good deal when I smell one...
arch6817/03/2019 19:23

I'm gonna buy this, paint my hands and spend hours peeling it off when …I'm gonna buy this, paint my hands and spend hours peeling it off when it's dry, oh the memories


Teenage years?
fishmaster2 h, 39 m ago

Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue. I've been doing …Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue. I've been doing it wrong apparently anyway.


Blocked nose?
smallsteve17/03/2019 21:53

Teenage years?


Much younger, infant and junior school, I was so messy at crafts.
I remember it being called Marven
arch684 m ago

Much younger, infant and junior school, I was so messy at crafts. Much younger, infant and junior school, I was so messy at crafts. I remember it being called Marven


Oh right, so it really was glue then!
Whats the difference with this PVA glue and the one used in the building trade? Can anyone assist with this. I don't have enough of the builder's PVA and got some of this, which I have for kids use, will this be okay to use, my builder was not sure.
It's. The same
It's to do with the PVA solids content.
A standard kids glue like this would have about 16/17% solids, the rest is pretty well all water, hence it will take a long time to dry as in simple terms you have to wait for the water to evaporate for the glue to stick.
This stuff is OK for paper and card.

Blue label like this is exactly the same as would be used in most primary classrooms.

Stuff like marven and black label has 40% solids (used to be 50%!) and will stick far better and more quickly, the PVA solids are also a better quality so will dry clear if you used it as a varnish.

For making slime this would be perfectly fine.
I would love to buy like 30 tubs of this and set myself into the bath.
MungoSplodge18/03/2019 09:55

I would love to buy like 30 tubs of this and set myself into the bath.



I'll contribute towards the costs but will want pictures.
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homebanjo18/03/2019 09:59

I'll contribute towards the costs but will want pictures.



Like the human desire to rubberneck and view a particularly gruesome road accident, and then instantly regretting it. This would be an image burned into your retinas for ever.
Is it just me? I thought it was a Playstation branded glue when I saw the blue colour and its ∆+○□ logo...
still £4.00 in Cambridge ADSA
Struggling to find this online. Link from here just takes me to the site and searching there doesn't throw up anything, even 'Glue.' Want to make some slime!
MungoSplodge5 h, 17 m ago

I would love to buy like 30 tubs of this and set myself into the bath.


Careful, you might come to a sticky end.
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MungoSplodge5 h, 46 m ago

Like the human desire to rubberneck and view a particularly gruesome road …Like the human desire to rubberneck and view a particularly gruesome road accident, and then instantly regretting it. This would be an image burned into your retinas for ever.



'Psst; wanna buy some pictures?'
I'm sure it was Copydex that you could use to create rubber balls if you knew what you were doing - I think it was also good for peeling off skin
mad.dog9 m ago

I'm sure it was Copydex that you could use to create rubber balls if you …I'm sure it was Copydex that you could use to create rubber balls if you knew what you were doing - I think it was also good for peeling off skin


Cow Gum for making balls, essential tool of the design trade before Macs took over.
Be careful if you spill any or they will think your like that handy chap in White Gold!
£4 in Rotherham
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