The Coccoina glue stick, notable for its sweet almond aroma, is steeped in stationery history. In 1927, Aldo Balma, an Italian businessman, revolutionized the stationery market by developing aluminum packaging for solid glue, challenging the prevalent glass jars. His innovative aluminum can incorporated a brush holder, facilitating the application of thin glue layers. The glue's appeal was further enhanced by its sweet almond/marzipan fragrance, leading to its widespread adoption in schools and offices across Italy and Europe. In the 1950s, the Coccoina glue was extensively used throughout Europe, and it continues to evoke a sense of nostalgia. It is non-toxic and solvent-free.
Now available in an easy-to-use stick format, the Coccoina glue remains environmentally friendly. The glue, free of acid and solvents, is non-toxic and water-soluble, ensuring easy removal of excess glue with water and safety for children. Select from 20g or 40g tube size.