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TECHNOLOGY OF MANUFACTURE OF "SANDAR" GLUE

Glossary

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To 100 parts by weight of alcohol add 6 parts by weight of turpentine also the same number of sandarak (vegetable matter used in the lacquer industry). Then this mash is also heated to add to it equal elements of joinery and fish glue, previously dissolved in hot water; they are added in such a number so that in general a mass of liquid, but viscous consistency is obtained. The composition prepared in such a way differs in that the things glued together by it, after drying, are in no way afraid of wetting not only with cold, but also with hot water.