We do so much of craft, I made Homemade Fevistick and all of you requested me to think about making Fevicol as well!!! I thought about it, did a few experiments and came up with the best recipe to make Fevicol Craft Glue at home – You must try it out once…

Homemade Fevicol is really easy to make

Material Required:

  • Refined Flour (Maida)
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Empty Glue Bottle
  • Mixing Bowl and Spoon

Step by Step Instructions for Homemade Fevicol:

Time needed: 5 minutes.

Fevicol made at home

  1. Mix all ingredients

    Take a bowl and mix 2 Table spoon refined flour, 1 Teaspoon Salt and 1 Teaspoon Sugar in a bowl. Add some water and mix well to get a thick consistent mixture.

  2. Boil the mixture

    Use the double boiling method – boil hot water on the gas stove and dip the bowl with mixture in the boiling water so that the mixture is not in direct contact with the boiling water. Take an adult’s help to boil the mixture and pls be careful.

  3. Transfer Mixture

    Let the mixture cool down and then pour the thick liquid into an empty Fevicol Bottle. Make sure the liquid is thick and consistent like Fevicol.

  4. Try it out

    Now it’s time to try out our Homemade Fevicol. Try pasting pieces of cardboard or paper with this Fevicol. Pls do keep in mind that it takes a little longer to dry than the normal Fevicol but IT WORKS!

Try making it and share your feedback in the comments section below or on our FACEBOOK GROUP.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Does this Homemade Fevicol really work?

Yes it really works. It takes a little longer to dry but it works for sure.

There are many more recipes to make Fevicol on the internet, which one is the best?

Yes there are a lot of recipes and methods available on the internet. We found this one the best and easiest to make. You can try out other methods as well.

Sparsh Mahajan

I love to create new stuff - art, craft, stories, etc. and I love to LEARN!!!

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