Art teachers depend on it . . . Kids love making things with it . . . Carpenters swear by it . . .
I’m talking about Elmer’s Glue, a cornerstone product of Borden, Inc. which also developed Krazy Glue. As difficult as it may be to imagine life without these adhesives, there’s a fascinating story behind one of the sons of the company’s namesake, inventor Gail Borden, Jr.. But first some background.
In 1857, Gail invented condensed milk.