Tips on Other Ways to Use School Glue

You probably know that you can use school glue for crafts and that your kids also use it at school. Did you also know there is also other ways you can use the glue around the house? If you have the glue lying around the house then here are some tips on how you can use school glue for other uses.

Eliminate Blackheads

It is not uncommon to get or find blackheads on your nose and it always seems to happen right before an event. If the face scrub that you use to exfoliate is not doing the job of getting rid of your blackheads then using school glue can get rid of them for you. First, squeeze a small dot of the glue onto your finger and spread a layer that is thin across the problem area and then let the glue dry. Glue is sticky and the glues stickiness will cling to the dirt and oils that are trapped deep inside the pores. When you peel the glue away the blackheads will go with it.

Seal a Shoelace That Is Fraying At the End

If you notice yours or your kid’s shoelace end fraying then you can use the glue to seal the end of the shoelace until you get a chance to get some new shoelaces. First, dip the unraveled end into white glue and then gently wipe off the access with a tissue and let it dry. The glue will fuse the ends if the threads together to keep it from further fraying.

Rainy Fun for Kids

If it is a rainy day and your mesaproducts kids are bored then you can use the glue to make putty that will keep the kids entertained. First, combine one part liquid starch and two parts school glue in a medium bowl making sure to add the starch a bit at a time. If you would like you could also add a couple drops of food coloring to give it some color. Knead the mixture until it forms a smooth and rubbery paste. Now you have made fun putty that your kids mold, stretch, or bounce for hours.

Remove a Splinter

If your son or daughter has gotten a splinter in their finger but will not let you use the tweezers then you can use school glue to get the splinter out. First, spread a dot of glue across the area that has the splinter and let the glue dry. The glue will grip the wood and the splinter will slide right out painlessly as you peel the glue away.

Now you know some other ways to use school glue besides just using the glue for crafts. These are just some of the many ways that you can use school glue. I hope you enjoyed reading this article and got some useful tips on other ways to use school glue.

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