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Thread: DNA in PVA

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    DNA in PVA

    Has anyone heard of, or tried, using DNA as a reducer in PVA (regular Titebond, or other) to flash the water off faster?

    We are playing around with thinned PVA as a seal coat on some porous materials but when you thin with water the dry times (if not used on an absorbent material) get ridiculously long. I was going to give it a go but figured I'd ask.
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    Never heard of that. I would call the tech number on the bottle. They don't keep you waiting and always come up with the
    right answer.

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    Thanks Mel. Im pretty confident in the response from Franklin lol. One of the guys just mixed some up in a cup so we will see. Turned to an egg yolk color and actually got thicker and more workable. See what it looks like in the AM.
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