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PHPG Pro-1 Hide Paste 1 Gallon Pail

  • Model: PHPG
  • 12 Units in Stock


1.    Extended work / open-container time: skin time is 2-3 times longer than traditional adhesives – more working time...optimal for life-size / big game production...dries slowly as skin loses moisture - make adjustments next day.
2.    Grips better than any other glue past or present – 100% lock down…dried hide will pull foam before it gives.
3.    No more pinning lips on “open-mouth mounts” – glue up the lip, tool in place – will hold w/out moving until time to finish – GUARANTEED – even the inner upper lip that lays “vertical” toward the palate. From brown bear to lions, etc….as long as the skin lays in place, there will be no carding required…hocks, etc…literally “sucks down details” as it dries.
4.    Reproduction parts / mouth cups / cast nose / lip systems: skin to plastic union w/ just PRO-1 GLUE (eliminates crazy glue)...scratch slot w/ tile cutter bit (dremel section @ Lowe's) & lube skin w/ glue – press into place…finish / fill slight gaps w/ nose applicator & Ultral Seal and paint.
5.    Pedestal mounts – flush to the edge hold...no pinning.
6.    Fish – excellent adhesion…seam to seam (paper towel dry skin before applying thin layer of glue). Used exclusively by renowned industry artists Rick Krane of "Angler’s Artistry", Frank Kotula, and Terry Weick.
       Horn / pedicle bases – apply thin layer of glue to the bone, then critter clay (glue the clay to the bone so the clay doesn’t pull as the “glued skin dries” – same technique for eyes - use a thin layer of glue for the clay so it doesn’t hydroplane, but grabs), then glue for the skin, position skin in place & you’re done – no brads, nails, crazy glue, epoxy, apoxie, etc…  even let some of the glue ooze up onto the horn / antler & wipe up & off w/ a wet rag – competition tight – SAVES TIME!
       Note: PRO-1 Adhesive can be applied over mache or clay w/out gumming up (use a more moderate amount over mache).
8.    Applicable for all ear liners - no more drumming…dries translucent white – tintable…        (paper towel dry excess moisture from ear skin…apply thin to moderate w/ no excess).
9.    Thick, heavy base, yet smooth & creamy…one-part adhesive – apply w/ brush or gloved hand – dries like hard rubber – can literally bend in two w/out breaking (no brittleness – FLEXIBLE).
       Note: thin by stirring – for brush on application of ear liners, around eyes, etc.                 (briefly stirring makes the product creamier / thinner).
       Note: the cooler the room temp, the thicker the product (expecially in winter months)...
                DO NOT place near or over a direct heat source to warm.
10.   Extremely greasy under the skin – slip & slide taxi…can move even the next day.
11.   Concentrated adhesive / contains no fillers – no issues w/ shelf-life (DOES NOT MOLD)         (fillers cause brittleness and rapid drying / skin-over in adhesives).
12.    Brushes out of fur / hair with minimal effort…water clean-up.
- Hair Gel: For unruly hair patterns, dab some glue on palm of your hand & spritz some water on it, mix &  apply as “hair gel” – short-haired leg seams, neck seams, repairs, etc. – brushes out w/ wire brush on finish – not a hair gel in existence that compares.
- Habitat Glue: dirt / rocks /shale, etc. - mix 1 quart of latex brown house paint w/ 3 quarts of glue – apply this brown glue mix over your base & apply habitat – excellent vertical hold & the flexible / non-brittle feature is a huge plus (significant value over Dextrin, etc.).

Regarding use on birds skins w/ borax, the glue is used as a filler for feather shingling (not adhesion).

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