- Photo Safe
- Goes on Smooth
- Safe, Non-Toxic
- Dries Clear
- Dries Fast
- Adjustable Before Setting
From the Frequently asked questions on Elmer's website:
WHO VERIFIES THIS GENERAL CLAIM?
There is no organization that verifies the use of “non-toxic” other than the company manufacturing or marketing the product. While CPSC requires some products to display hazard labeling, it conducts no oversight or enforcement of the use of the term "non-toxic."
How meaningful is the label?
“Non-toxic” is not meaningful and can be misleading. There is no definition or standard used for judging whether a consumer product or its ingredients are “non-toxic,” and no assurance that such a claim has been independently verified. A product that does not meet the definition of “toxic” according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission should not necessarily be considered non-toxic.
Its going to take a lot of time to look at all the materials I have in my studio. And of course, I would rather be making art.