I just found this information on Frabri-tac, and the line about thinning it intersted me. I have always found it too thick to work with, and I have seen others post as such
So I thought I would try this out on the doll I am about to wig today, and will let everyone know how it goes
• Poke a hole in applicator tip with a large paper clip to release a more precise line of glue. To cover larger surfaces, snip tip near top.
• Apply a small amount of Vaseline to top of dispensing tip to reduce stringing.
• Always keep top covered to prevent evaporation. If red tip is lost, just cover the bottle opening with plastic wrap and replace cap to prevent glue from drying out.
• Thin with acetone. Do NOT use nail polisher remover as it may discolor glue.Add acetone drop by drop, stirring, until desired consistency is achieved.
• Never use fine furniture as a work surface even if protected as the acetone fumes will attack the finish.
• Make sure all work surfaces are properly covered when using.
• Pre-wash all fabrics to remove sizing before applying glue. Sizing prevents glue from thoroughly penetrating fibers. Some metallic threaded fabrics might require two washings.
• Not suitable for applying patches to fabrics as patches have a coating on back that prevents glue from absorbing into the fibers.
• Dry clean to remove glue from garments. Depending on fabric and how much glue was used, more than one cleaning may be necessary.
• Glue is designed to bond to the top fibers of the fabric and should not be "pushed" into the garment as stiffening will result.
• Flammable only when wet and should never be applied near an open flame. Once dried, there is no danger of flammability.
• Always use with proper ventilation.
• Not suitable for use on Hook & Loop, denier nylon, or very sheer and delicate fabrics where glue might soak through.
• Glue dries very fast. Work in small 1-3" areas to prevent glue from drying too rapidly.
• If glue separates after washing, garment was not properly pre-washed to remove sizing, glue was allowed to dry before adhering, surface did not allow glue to penetrate fibers.