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Elmer's Rubber Cement spreads easily. Work can be repositioned, making Elmer's ideal for projects that require accurate placement. Plastic bottles have a cap with a built-in application brush.
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Classic product, good price
Comments about Elmer's Rubber Cement:
I use this product as a resist while doing abstract watercolors. It is much more cost effective than using a watercolor paint company product. Of course one doesn't have much control over it, but for me, that is ok. It does smell like rubber cement tho. You should use it in a well ventilated space.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Haverstraw NY
There is nothing that compares to Elmer's Rubber Cement when it comes to gluing poster projects. Just a rub, a dub, and the extra glue vanishes and color bleeding is non existent. When I need to create a perfect poster or the like, this is my go to product!
elmers rubber cement
i use it for collage and it works perfectly in putting down and then lifting and moving it around when i need to
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Good stuff at the right price
By Mr. J
I like this rubber cement for classes for the price. I wish Blick had it in Gallons.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Baltimore, MD
It's a pretty good value for the size. Works just how it's supposed to.
Great for Design Students
By Designer's Mom
from Lancaster CA
This is best deal for money. Great Stuff!!
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Works great for an inexpensive Frisket
By Art Instructor
from Anderson, SC
I used this as an inexpensive substitute for Frisket. It works great if you are using it on good quality paper (at least a 140 lb. watercolor paper). I did successfully use it on Fabriano studio watercolor paper (90 lb./25% cotton cold press ), but other brands of 90 lb. paper tore when I tried to remove the glue.That said, I used this in a watercolor value painting, and added a layer of glue after painting in each value. When the entire painting was complete, the glue removed quite easily from the paper, even though there were several layers of it. I was very pleased that it was easily removed with an eraser just like frisket. I use frisket for my own paintings, and simply couldn't afford it for my students. A 2 oz. bottle of frisket can run up to $12! I also discovered that you can leave this glue on the paper for 2 weeks and it will still peel off nicely! So if your students can't get to their paintings the next several days, it won't hurt them.For my high school students, this was a nice, inexpensive alternative to pricey frisket. The 32 oz. sized bottles are a great value. The brown rubber cement bottles are made from hard plastic so there's no worry about breakage. I poured the rubber cement into empty glue bottles so the students could either take the caps off for uneven pours, or use the cap for more controlled pours. The paintings turned out great!
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Elmers Rubber Cement
from Kittanning Pa.
I use Elmers Rubber Cement to glue patterns to glass I wish it was in a tube so I could just rub it on my patterns.
(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
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