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TECHNOLOGY OF MANUFACTURING MASTIC GLUE

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Different types of glue, usually used for bonding porcelain, earthenware, glass, are also opaque and have a yellowish color, leaving a noticeable ugly mark on the places of adhesion. In this respect, a clear transparent colorless glue made using the following method is a clear advantage. In a tightly closed flask, 55 g of chloroform is mixed with 68 g of very finely chopped rubber. At what time the final is completely dissolved, 10 g of the supreme grade of “granular” or “drop” mastic is added to the mixture for eight days (the time during which all the mastic dissolves) is left, after which the glue prepared in this way is suitable for use. Porcelain, earthenware, glass glued by him are kept very tightly, and in the places of adhesions there is no noticeable trace of glue.