> I bet he could. He even has a device on the webshooter that adjusts the output from string to glue and everywhere in between. It's all a moot point anyway. Even if the webbing only lasted an hour there would still be plenty of uses for it. He's held up buildings with the stuff for crying out loud and it's small enough to fit on your wrist. It would be worth millions easily. Now you could argue (in other times) that Pete can't sell it without exposing his ID.
> Just don't think about it. Just one of the problems with non-organic webbing.
Yeah, the whole reasoning behind the excuse that Peter can't sell his artificial webbing because it dissolves in an hour has always been a bit faulty, in the first place.
I could have sworn he designed the webbing that way so he didn't leave strings of it all over the city.