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[Borden] A trademark originally used for the product that is now called Elmer's Glue-All. Introduced in 1947,Cascorez was packaged in two-ounce glass jars with wooden applicators. In 1952, Borden repackaged the product as Elmer's Glue-All. Currently the name Cascorez is used for a urea formaldehyde adhesive. Cascorez (TM) CV-815 has been used as a waterproof finish for wood and veneer.

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Cascorez (TM) CV-815