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Old 06-22-2009, 04:49
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Default Re: Putting rhinestones on bows?

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where can you buy the e6000 At?
I've seen it at walmart. It's relatively cheap, too.
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where can you buy the e6000 At?
Michael's or JoAnn's carries it.

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I see that SOO many people use E6000 for a lot of things and I bought some a long time ago but I found it really hard to work with because it's so thick! Did I just got a bum bottle or is that the way it's supposed to be? Like so thick that it comes out in chunks, and it seems like it's already almost dry to the touch. Any thoughts?
Sounds like you got a bum bottle to me. A good tube is kind of thick but will still ooze out. I just put a little bit on a tupperware lid and tab a tooth pick in it. It get unuseable dry pretty quickly so that's why I just use a little bit at a time.
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Your right the E6000 is thick. But it works best for keeping on the rhinestones. You can get it at Michaels. I usually stock up on it when ever I head down to UB.
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I saw it at walmart the other day, it was only like $3
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I'm going to go get e some of that tomorrow I know Michaels carries it and if you use AC Moore coupon you can get 50% off.
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I use Gem Tac for securing my stones to fabrics. I have never had a problem. It is not as thick as E6000 and it is non toxic so you don't have to deal with the smell. HTH
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Until you get used to working with it, squeeze a little puddle (very little - dries fast) and use either a toothpick or a finger off a plastic fork. Apply to the rhinestone, then stick the rhinestone where you want it.
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I will check out my local Walmart and Hobby Lobby this weekend when I am doing my monthly supply run. I need to get some rhinestones too. I have a perfect bow that needs something extra on it.
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I use gem tac most of the time but do use e6000 too. I just hate the smell and after smell of the e6000, that can't be good for kids to be smelling
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Thanks everyone ! I got some E6000 today at Michaels for 2.11 w/coupon and that stuff works great.
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