Fish glue Sennelier
Fish glue, made from the inner layers of fish bladder and cartilage (50% dry extract), has been in use since antiquity, and plays a role in many traditional formulas. Until the middle of the 20th century, it was used as a universal glue for a variety of tasks, including gluing paper, cardboard, and fabric. Fish glue is also utilized for making distemper and fabric glues and in restoration, in a 30-50% concentration. This reversible glue contains a preservative agent. It has good adhesive qualities, dries slowly, and comes in liquid form. It can be used cold.