2 Days Ago
Sounds delicate. Good if you can do glue ups with little excess. Mine tend to be messy with lots of squeeze out. Once worked in a shop that exclusively used heated up hide glue, the glue pot perpetually on the stove. Hides and hooves in there, who knows what else. Sets up almost immediately as it begins to cool, no time for dilly dallying. Stinky but you'd get used to it, and the deep brown stew even started looking a bit tasty around three o'clock. You couldn't clean anything off with water for fear of disturbing the strength, everything chipped or planed off later. A cool way of working if into tradition from the olden times.