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Any of you guys ever use Lick it & Stick it glue for rolling paper ctgs? It looks like it would be handy for making up a book of papers ahead of time, but anywhere I find it listed, it is out of stock. Out of business, maybe?
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a new one on me.

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This stuff? http://www.amazon.com/lick-stick-glu...and+stick+glue

I've heard the elmers leaves a residue, but then I am boiling my C&B and that should remove anything
water soluble.

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I've also heard the rumors of Elmer's glue leaving a residue. However, I've not run across a further explanation of the exact nature of the problem. Can anyone elaborate?
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the residue would have to be water soluble i would think.
Regular gun cleaner might react and make it gummy.

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