Yes glue should be soft enough to spread....I use my finger though a brush
would work also. However, I found an old jar last year.....and used a
big stick and some water....and mixed it back to a spreadable
consistency. This shouldn't be what you have to do with a new jar....but
with some muscle behind it...it did work just fine. It is a wonderful
glue for paper! lia
At 12:00 AM 2/20/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>From: jlb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 19:47:06 -0600
>Hi AEN folk,
>Awhile back someone on this list recommended Yes Glue. I ordered some.
>Just how do you use this stuff? It's really stiff. If you spread it with
>a stiff brush, it still leaves lumps under your paper. I don't want to
>add water as the directions say that will cause the paper to ripple.
>What's the remedy for this and how do I use this stuff for professional
>work? I'm doing colle'.