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Old 01-16-2008, 08:20
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Default Non-slip?

I have tried the drawer liner and the velcro, but after reviewing some "competitor" products, I know there must be something out there that is specifically made for making bows non-slip? Anyone know anything? Or know a no-fail option (I wasn't super impressed with the 2 I mentioned).
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What about the rug gripper stuff...that you put under your floor rugs?
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I'm also curious about this!! I have been using the shelf liner stuff but I have seen some bow makers make comments about they have this great thing that no one else has for no slip
Or maybe there just saying
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I like using the Duck brand Carpet Tape. it works great for me...
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Default Re: Non-slip?

I use the Duck brand shelf liner (latex free) and my bows stay put--LOVE it!!
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I agree on the Duck brand carpet tape. It was difficult to spend $7 on an experiment but it really does work and there is so much of it on the roll, it will last a really long time.
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I'm also curious about this!! I have been using the shelf liner stuff but I have seen some bow makers make comments about they have this great thing that no one else has for no slip
Or maybe there just saying
yes, I have seen others comment that shelf liner is for "low end bowmakers"
yet, they don't say what theirs is, either!
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Default Re: Non-slip?

I'm totally new to this bow-making experience but where do you put the no=slip stuff?

Ellie is *just* now getting hair and while the alligator clips stay in - if I could make them stay in better - hey... it is worth a try!

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I'm totally new to this bow-making experience but where do you put the no=slip stuff?

Ellie is *just* now getting hair and while the alligator clips stay in - if I could make them stay in better - hey... it is worth a try!

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You put a little strip on the top inside of the clip (if you partially line your clip you put it on the part that is lined). Does that make sense?
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Default Re: Non-slip?

My sister has been using the shelf liner for awhile now. Her bows are machine washable (in a delicates bag) and the shelf liner works well. Has anyone washed the duck rug liner? How does it hold up? Maybe I'll just have to experiment.
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