Cost-effective  way to  put your diorama base together!

PVA is a classic way of glueing all kinds of materials on a diorama base. PVA is good when you need to affix and position a lot of objects and using a CA glue would be wasteful. PVA dries slowly allowing for a lot of manipulation so that you can plan the layout of your base on the fly. Appropriate for materials such as wood, paper, cardboard, minerals. VMS PVA has improved formula and dries two times faster than old school PVA you might have used and what's more important the joint is much less milky! 

PVA is great when vast dioramas, it's cost effective and allows to plan the layout of your diorama on the fly!

VMS PVA beats classic white glue, it's not only faster but also much more transparent when dry!

Faster and less milky!

VMS PVA adhesive has improved formula, it bonds two times faster than old school white glue and the resulting bond is much clearer! With VMS PVA adhesive you will be able to work considerably faster, without worrying about the milky residue that much! 

Classic PVA adhesive

PVA is a classic way of gluing all kinds of materials on a diorama base. PVA is good when you need to affix and position a lot of objects and using a CA glue would be wasteful. PVA dries slowly allowing for a lot of manipulation so that you can plan the layout of your base on the fly. Appropriate for materials such as wood, paper, cardboard, minerals. VMS PVA has improved formula and dries two times faster than old school PVA you might have used and what's more important the joint is much less milky! 

Available textures: N/A

Finish: translucent

Recommended techniques: apply with brush

Combine with: wood, paper, cardboard, stone, sand, plaster, fabric

Available volumes: 180 ml bottle

Fast drying, transparent bond

PVA FAQ

What's the open time of the glue?

 

The open time is around 15 minutes depending on ambient temperature. 

 

What cleaning agents should I use to clean tools?

 

The glue is a water dispersion of PVA and can be cleaned up with tap water and soap. 

 

How long does it take for the glue to properly harden; cure?

 

Allow 24 for the glue to form a fully durable joint. 

 

How long does it tae for the glue to become transparent?

 

It depends on a joint's thickness. Thin layers will become translucent within 2-3 hours, thicker joints may take up to 12h before they turn transparent.

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