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Elmer's Glue is made from synthesized chemicals that were originally found in raw materials that occur in nature, such as natural gas, petroleum and other raw materials. The exact formula for Elmer's Glue is not availabl... More »

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The chemical formula for the primary ingredient in Elmer's Glue is a polymerized form of CH2CHO2CCH3, or polyvinyl acetate. Elmer's Glue also contains proprietary chemicals about which the company does not disclose the d... More »

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To remove Elmer's white glue from clothing, soak the stained area in warm water or a solution of water, detergent and vinegar to soften the glue, then wash immediately in hot water. Do not use vinegar on cotton or linen. More »

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The chemical formula for the primary ingredient in Elmer's Glue is a polymerized form of CH2CHO2CCH3, or polyvinyl acetate. Elmer's Glue also contains proprietary chemicals about which the company does not disclose the d... More »

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