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Posted 9/11/2011 7:26:34 PM
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I read on another Bird Site that Elmers glue used on wood blocks was safe....is this true!?
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Posted 9/11/2011 8:46:16 PM


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I have read that non-toxic Elmers white glue once dried and cured is safe. I have never glued anything together. I use rope, twine, small clamps and plastic circles to put things together.


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Posted 9/12/2011 8:53:58 AM


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If soaked in water the glue will re-dissolve. You can actually buy this stuff by the gallon or quart and apply it with a paint brush. It's white glue that is used to hold scratch pads together.

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Posted 9/12/2011 1:20:52 PM
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Elmer's Glue is safe for children & pets because it is made from milk. Borden's Milk Co. makes it.

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Posted 9/12/2011 4:44:20 PM
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Thank you everyone....I wanted to use the glue (a very thin layer) to use on popcycle sticks to make fun hanging shapes (chew toys) for our Macaw..Knowing he will shred these things I make him in a matter of minutes. I know I can come here for the right answers...thanks!
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Posted 9/12/2011 6:17:42 PM
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If they can't destroy it, they don't enjoy it!

Bill...It is no coincidence that birds and angels both have wings.
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Posted 9/13/2011 8:13:23 PM
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I fully agree...and it is a pleasure to watch them chewing the heck out of everything...and then take a quiet little nap afterwords....such happy birds we have.
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Posted 10/6/2011 1:34:11 PM


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Do I have personally verified . Is completely safe . Be quiet : )
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