fish glue


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fish glue

[fish ‚glü]
(materials)
An adhesive obtained from the skin of certain fish, principally cod; used in gummed tape, letterpress printing plates, and blueprint paper.

fish glue

A glue made from fish skins and bladders; similar to animal glue.
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Once the split piece of wood has been repaired the whole chair can be reglued with the fish glue in one session.
Generally speaking the fish glue will attach itself to old glue, its just nice to regain some of the space for excess new glue to fill.
Once dry I used the fish glue to assemble the legs to the seat rails.