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Dilute PVA or Elmers can be sprayed from those cheap spray bottles pretty easily. It dries clear (the real PVA more than the Elmers).

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Oh smart idea! I'll have to pick one up... I wonder if one can make a batch and have it last... or maybe I'll just have to search for really small spray bottles. I just don't want to waste to much for such a tiny application.   I'm already using diluted elmers for the static grass; I dilute it pretty heavily and brush it on. 

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The diluted glue lasts for about as long as undiluted glue does, IME. (Which is to say, "years".) But I've never had a big bottle of dilute glue around. I think I'd be worried about inadvertently spraying it on my windows or something. ^_^

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8 hours ago, sigmaone said:

Oh smart idea! I'll have to pick one up... I wonder if one can make a batch and have it last... or maybe I'll just have to search for really small spray bottles. I just don't want to waste to much for such a tiny application.   I'm already using diluted elmers for the static grass; I dilute it pretty heavily and brush it on. 

 

Look for Woodland Scenic "Scenic Sprayer" It's a small bottle that has a nozzle that won't go everywhere. It's used in the train hobby & such. 

 

Awesome work on the circle.

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1 hour ago, tiniest rhombus said:

Your circle looks fantastic! I use the woodland scenic sprayer tho mine is clogged right now...:unsure: when it works it's great. 

 

 

I have one as well....around here somewhere. Pretty sure when I find it mine will be clogged & I'll be able to test out how long thinned out glue (WS brand) last..... ::P:   It's been a very long time since I squeezed that trigger (prob 10+ years)!

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I happened to be in Joann's the other day, and I found a little bottle of Elmer's spray adhesive, so I'll give that a shot and see how it works. 

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