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Old 08-03-2008, 06:26 PM   #1
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Testing out some milk based library paste and some new labels.



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Old 08-03-2008, 07:39 PM   #2
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I used an Elmers glue stick for my labels a while back. It worked great. very easy to remove and cheap.


Good looking labels BTW!!!


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library paste?

What exactly do you do to the milk to make it a paste? I've heard mention of this before but I thought it was just milk.
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Here's the recipe I used.

Very easy. Smells bad

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Um is it just me or do the guys abs look like a big penis?
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Now that you mention it, they do.
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so will the eventually bottles take on a rotten milk smell
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I don't think so.
Living as a bachelor I'm familiar with the crusty milk that forms under the cap on the jug. I think that's basically what happens here. It dries, so it comes off easily, and it doesn't really spoil/rot and stink because it isn't wet enough to harbor a significant bacteria colony.


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