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a Sticky Sneeze

Posted by Reemberme from Marietta, Georgia, United States • Published See Reemberme's 20 projects »
  • Step 1

    Bring 3 cups of water to a boil and add 3-4 pinches of salt. Mix until the salt is dissolved. Turn heat to medium

  • Step 2

    Mix 3 tablespoons of flour into the water. Add the flour a tbs at a time, as to distribute it evenly in the water. Result should be gelatinous.

  • Step 3

    Let it sit until room temperature. After cooling it should have the consistency of heavy cream, if not add a touch more of water.

  • Step 4

    Fill a spray bottle a quarter full of rubbing alcohol.

  • Step 5

    Finish the bottle off with your room temp mixture; leaving room enough to shake it up.

  • Step 6

    *do not forget to label if you're recycling a bottle.* You can also add food coloring for an extra cool colored glue.

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n k.
n k. · Germany, Pennsylvania, US · 24 projects
thank you this is PERFECT for stenciling on t-shirts, since it's easy to remove by washing it off! Happy
Melissa S.
Melissa S. · Sterling Heights, Michigan, US
how strong is this glue? and is there anything you shouldnt use it on?
Reemberme · Marietta, Georgia, US · 20 projects
+ Even if clumpy I've kept mine until it began to mold.
Reemberme · Marietta, Georgia, US · 20 projects
The salt and alcohol should make it last a while (weeks-months). You'll know when it's no longer good, it will begin to clump.
Kiko · Arcadia, Florida, US · 14 projects
Do you know how long this will keep?

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