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Hide Glue's Reversibility Advantage

Posted on April 03, 2018 by Kelly Benjamin

The reversibility property of hide glue for wood applications provides an advantage over other types of glue.  

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Posted in Adhesive Products, Animal Glue, Environmentally-Friendly, Hide Glue, L.D. Davis

Cheers: Labeling Glue for Beer Bottles

Posted on March 13, 2018 by Maria Ceschan, Marketing Manager

When you reach for an ice cold beer on a hot summer day, chances are you're not thinking about the glue that holds the label in place. But, to be perfectly honest, a lot goes into picking the right labeling glue for beer bottles.

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Posted in Adhesive Products, beer bottle labels, Glue Manufacturing, Glue Products, HB Fuller, HB Fuller Hot Melt Adhesives, L.D. Davis, L.D. Davis is in Association with, labeling glue, labels, Liquid Glue, liquid glue, Packaging Adhesive, Uncategorized

What Do I Do If My Glue Dries Too Quickly?

Posted on February 27, 2018 by Maria Ceschan, Marketing Manager

You're running animal glue on your production line and all of a sudden, it doesn't seem to be working properly. Your wraps aren't sticking and the glue seems to be drying too quickly. What happened? 

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Posted in Animal Glue, glue temperature, L.D. Davis, MIL depth gauge, protein adhesive, protein glue tips, refractometer, best practices

What Do I Do If My Glue is Expired?

Posted on February 06, 2018 by Maria Ceschan, Marketing Manager

Just like with most natural products, glues have an expiration date.  You'll notice, especially with your protein and liquid water-based glues, that after they have hit their expiration date they may become moldy and unusable.

What do you do if your glue is expired?

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Posted in water based glue, L.D. Davis, liquid glue, protein adhesive, protein glue tips, water-based adhesives, liquid water-based glue, best practices