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cazdiane

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Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone knows an alternative to liquid latex? It looks so much easier when stamping to use it but unfortunately I'm allergic to latex so wondering if there's a similar product out there that doesn't contain latex?
 

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Not sure if pvc glue contains latex but mixed with water it's just like liquid latex.
 

Tasha.xo

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*pva glue even
 

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That's a good idea. I'll look into it, thank you
 

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Sarah R has a review on you tube, one of the products she reviews is latex free, have a look
 

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Ive got the Miss Sporty peel off base and it is literally just watered down PVA glue in a nail polish bottle x
 

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Pointy cotton bud dipped in acetone, takes no more time and a lot less faff. X
 

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Pointy cotton bud dipped in acetone, takes no more time and a lot less faff. X
I do the same but with a brush dipped in acetone instead of a cotton bud.
Easier than all this latex stuff and cheaper x
 

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