PVA Glue(4 Products)
Polyvinyl Acetate, better known as PVA glue, is a powerful yet affordable adhesive for glueing porous materials like paper, fabric and wood. Its versatility makes it an invaluable tool in any DIY project. Unlike most polymers, PVA adhesive is both flexible and non-acidic while providing a strong bond that lasts.Find Out More About Our Types of PVA Glue
PVA adhesive is a colourless adhesive that bonds to most porous surfaces with remarkable strength. It's initially white but dries clear and offers an array of uses for all types of projects and most materials. It can be used as a paper adhesive, simple school glue, as well as wood glue, amongst a host of other applications.
Harnessing the power of polyvinyl acetate (PVA), this glue is not only non-flammable but also won't emit any hazardous fumes or odours. What's more, its quick drying ability means you don't have to wait long before handling it again - no gloves required!
Aside from its bonding capabilities, it is commonly utilised as a sealing and dust-proofing solution.
PVA, also known as White Glue, is extremely versatile and suitable for use with the following materials:
- Ceramic Tiles
- Similar Porous Substrates
PVA Glue Benefits
Compared to other adhesives, PVA glues have a few special traits of their own.
Let's take a look at a few of these below:
- Can be utilised as a sealer, primer, dust proofer and a bonding agent
- Retains its flexibility after drying
- Bonds a host of building materials
- High bond strength
- Does not emit strong fumes
Frequently Asked PVA Glue Questions
What Is The Difference Between PVA Glue & Regular Glue?
If you're looking for a glue that will create an enduring bond, PVA is the adhesive you need. Unlike other glues which become brittle and crack over time, PVA dries quickly but maintains its flexibility even after it has dried - so your bonds won't be weakened by age.
What Is Washable PVA Glue?
Thanks to its formulation, washable PVA solution is incredibly simple to rinse off from clothes, brushes, work surfaces and even hair after it has dried.
How Does PVA Set?
PVAs owe their remarkable bonding strength to their polyvinyl acetate construction, a rubber polymer that produces the desired bond when dried.
On wooden surfaces and other porous materials, this glue penetrates deep into the material's fibres to create a strong hold as it dries.
How To Thin PVA Glue?
By adding a small amount of water to PVA, you can create the perfect consistency for your project. Make sure that you are stirring thoroughly as you go to avoid diluting it too much - add the water directly into your glue and not vice versa!
With this method, you’ll be able to transform any gloopy mixture into an easy-to-use adhesive.
Can I Use PVA As Wood Glue?
Yes, PVA can be used as a cost-efficient and eco-friendly solution to securely bond wood pieces together. Not only is it inexpensive but it is also free of toxic substances.