Plaster bonding agent vs. Elmer's glue question
So in my various wall repair sagas I happily learned on this forum about plaster bonding agents (Link, plasterweld, weld-o-bond, eucoweld, etc.). People have also suggested using elmer's glue mixed with water as a convenient substitute.
My question: in learning about calcimine problems, it seems the main reason that calcimine causes problems with the adhesion of new paint is that it is a glue-based coating, and the water in the new layer of paint reliquifies the glue and the calcimine separates from the base layer.
So, if I used elmer's glue instead of bonding agent, would that be setting me up for paint adhesion problems down the line? Or is elmer's sufficiently different from the glue in calcimine that I'd have nothing to worry about?