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Old 07-16-2008, 04:05
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I've been using E6000 because the hot glue instantly hardens. I like how the E6000 holds but I have to clip the clip so it will dry, if that makes sense! Is it because I have a super crappy hot glue gun that isn't very hot or should I use a different kind of glue?


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Concrats on the 100 post! I use fabri-tac to line clips and headbands, it leaves them nice and smooth!!
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Thanks...good to know!
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Old 07-16-2008, 04:11
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congrats on the 100th posts. my glue on my gun doesn't harden so quickly so i dunno..may be the gun
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Default Re: Question about lining clippies...

I use a high-temp glue gun (with high-temp glue sticks) where the ends of the ribbon are on the clip and fabric-tac in the middle..if that makes sense.

I tried using e6000 but it didn't always hold for me for some reason...
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I use magna-tac. It's like fabri-tac, except its made to attach fabric to metal or other hards surfaces. It works well...I broke a metal clip trying to pull some ribbon off that I had glued with magna-tac.
I haven't seen that, where can you find it?
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I use high temp glue gun too. I am impatient so that works well for me.
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I have always just done fabri-tac but I think I am going to try the glue gun and fabri tac approach... what a great idea -- thanks for posting
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I use high temp glue gun too. I am impatient so that works well for me.
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Default Re: Question about lining clippies...

Congrats on the 100, Stephanie!

I had been using hot glue, & I kept lining my clips crooked (the ribbon was crooked). I just a couple days ago thought to try the E-6000, which usually bugs me because it takes a while to actually attach something. It finally occurred to me that that might be a good thing when I attach my ribbon to line the clip since I will have time to line it up. (Lightbulb!) I know... Duh... But yeah, hot glue on the ends... Eureka! hadn't gotten that far in my thinking! So glad I joined this group... I need you guys to help my slow brain.

Thanks for the tip.
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