Liquid Nails is also popularly know by its trade name HN (High Nail). In fact, the product was developed by a professional nail technician for his own need. He was noticing that many of his clients were having issues with the adhesives between their finger and toe nails. After much research and experimentation, HN was born. The product has been used successfully by many professional and do it yourself artists to create long, artistic nails.
Using liquid nails for arts and crafts can save you time and money in several ways. If you are a do it yourself artist or if your kids are painting and sculpting then you can make good use of this product as you no longer have to buy those special adhesives which are difficult to find and are quite costly. Also, if you have never tried using liquid adhesives before then it is quite an easy and simple process as compared to using the normal wood glue. You can achieve results within seconds without using any primer or putting on extra coats of wood glue.
Liquid Nails is usually formulated with a formulation of acrylates, phenol carbolic acid, resins, toluene, UV curing oil, and acetone. It can be applied using both hot and cold method. Most of the time, you will need an electrical toothbrush for applying these paints and most of the time you should start from the outside of the design and work your way inwards towards the center. In case you are using a wood glue, then put a drop of the wood glue in the center of your design and work your way outwards.