Adhesive is a substance, such as glue or glaze that causes one object to adhere to another. Glue can be laid over bisque and a fired glaze can act as a binder. Cover a fired glaze with a thin layer of glue and leave it to dry. It can then be painted, which stops the colors crawling. The base of glues used must be natural so that they burn away when fired. glue – Arabic is the one most used.
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