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White glue versus yellow glue used in packaging

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What are the differentiating characteristics between white glue and yellow glue (properties, scent, chemcial or other reactions) when:
i. exposed to heat and humid over time
ii. dried or hardened over time
iii. used on paper/cardboard, sponge, rubber and fabric
Does their scent get trapped relatively more easily in fabric and sponge? Which glue's scent get trapped more?

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The yellow glue is mostly for wood. It dries harder so it takes sanding better. It's yellow so it looks more like common light woods. It's generally a bit thicker, so it's stickier, tackier right away to help hold heavy wood pieces in place better. I think yellow glue also holds up better to heat and moisture.


I have no idea about their scents getting trapped anywhere.

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