Here I am trying to come up with a non craft store adhesive. If I can just
have them buy something different form the usual sources, that would be
good. I will check it out.
I walked into Michaels the other day and tried to find a couple things.
After wasting an enormous amount of time, I found little of what I wanted.
And there was no help either. But the craft ladies thrive in that
environment. I guess I have too many male hormones for that kind of place.
But I've found lots of goodies there. T-squares, plastic triangles,
paint brushes, acrylic paint, etc.
Whomsoever controls the volume of money in any country is
absolute master of all industry and commerce and when you
realize that the entire system is very easily controlled,
one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you
will not have to be told how periods of inflation and
depression originate. --James Garfield
They just spend enough time in the store to know where to find what they
want. I've gotten to where I can generally find stuff in the art and
drafting supply area of the local one--anything else is a long search.
Really wish there was a real art supply store in reasonable driving
distance, but the closest one is 40 miles away.
This place is within driving distance of me, but my artist cousin near
DC was the one that clued me in to the place. Apparently it's very
well known in the art world. Tremendous selection, good prices, good
Silicone caulk or any of the polyurethanes would do an excellent
job. GE makes a small size tube of silicone with a resealable top
that would work out well. The biggest problem will be not getting
it on the finish side of pieces.
Keep the whole world singing . . .
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