I am putting together an art project where I will be gluing bottle and jar tops to primed canvas, openings down, by coating the inner rim just before flipping, placing, weighting them down. I am worried the glue will never completely dry(just like it does not dry in the sealed bottle).
I believe the glue dries when moisture leaves the glue, but since the canvas is pre-primed, not much will leech into the canvas. Also, since the glue is in an enclosed, tiny airspace, the air will become super-saturated and can not take all the moisture from the glue(just as in the sealed bottle).
If right, if I put a pinhole in each top, that will be above any glue and never blocked, will that be enough to allow complete drying?
PS I know I can experiment, but wanted to see what theory says.