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Old 08-04-2009, 10:06
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The tube that I bought is white with blue and has a picture of an aquarium on it. It says All-Glass Aquarium in orange on it. Maybe the look of the tube will be the same??? If you can't find it I would be more than happy to send you a tube. I don't think that it would be super expensive to mail it off? Do you? I've never mailed anything over seas before.
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My question is, How about the smell?
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When the silicone is wet there is a weird smell to it, but once it is dry there isn't one. At least I don't think so. I'll ask my hubby when he gets home today (he has a very sensitive nose).

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Hi girls! I'm new to this forum and bow making.

i had a question to Suzie (or anyone that can answer this ) but do you mean that when making the toggle headbands, that you put silicone on the back of the ribbon so they don't slip?

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When the silicone is wet there is a weird smell to it, but once it is dry there isn't one. At least I don't think so. I'll ask my hubby when he gets home today (he has a very sensitive nose).
Hubby said that he did not detect a smell when the silicone dried
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Hi girls! I'm new to this forum and bow making.

i had a question to Suzie (or anyone that can answer this ) but do you mean that when making the toggle headbands, that you put silicone on the back of the ribbon so they don't slip?

Cindy
Yes, that is correct. It works super great.
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Old 08-04-2009, 06:01
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I Just Purchased A Tube Of Silicone At Hl For $3.99 Hope It Works!!!
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Thanks alot Suzie!! I will have to try it. And I'm assuming it's a very small amount that I'm applying?
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Thanks alot Suzie!! I will have to try it. And I'm assuming it's a very small amount that I'm applying?

Yes, you just need a thin layer.
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Hubby said that he did not detect a smell when the silicone dried
Good!! Thanks! I'm going to have to give it a try.
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