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Old 10-01-2009, 10:22
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OK - I use silicone too - however - a big DUH!!!!!! I think the BEST dang part of this tut is how to cut a gazillion of the same size pieces of dang ribbon for clippies!!!! Hmmm - how could I zip through it all with my woodburning tool and not meld them together!!!! HA!!! I hate lining clippies b/c it takes too dang long!!!! THANK YOU!!!!
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OK - I use silicone too - however - a big DUH!!!!!! I think the BEST dang part of this tut is how to cut a gazillion of the same size pieces of dang ribbon for clippies!!!! Hmmm - how could I zip through it all with my woodburning tool and not meld them together!!!! HA!!! I hate lining clippies b/c it takes too dang long!!!! THANK YOU!!!!
Cut em off the cardboard with the wood burner and pull em apart fast

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Have you had any questions from customers concerned about the silicone being toxic, since there is a posibility that the clips will end up in the childs mouth?
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Have you had any questions from customers concerned about the silicone being toxic, since there is a posibility that the clips will end up in the childs mouth?
I use only NON TOXIC silicone, I buy the DAP brand that is safe for eating or drinking from......the toxic issues for this is only when it is WET not after it is cured

http://www.dap.com/product_details.a...67&SubcatID=27

It specifically states that is it safe to eat off of, and non toxic WHEN CURED, so unless it is still wet when the customer gets it, it is non toxic

I might be weird but I also sucked on one for about 20 minutes and could not even BUDGE the silicone off even when trying to peal with my teeth, also, there is no taste from the silicone when I did this......so I would say, it is not likely to come off and cause issues.

I used to use products like velvet and gripzies and shelf liner and that can easily be removed and swallowed and cause a choking hazard that in my opinion is not too safe.....but hey, that is just my opinion and research. Also, I feel safer about this than I do the E6000 glue that many ppl use.....but again, just me
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The aquarium sealant is supposed to be safe because fish are very sensitive. I am going to get some soon and try it! Thanks Allison!
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She always has the best tuts!!!! I swear
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That is great info, Thank you for sharing! I was using velcro for a while then I tried the hold it strips, and I liked those better, but I like this silicone idea also. Have you used this on headbands? Do you know if it sticks directly to plastic or metal? I personally have always had trouble keeping headbands on, they always ride up from the back, so I have tried velcro and it has worked fine, the silicone may be the solution to headbands slipping off though, again thanks so much.
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That is great info, Thank you for sharing! I was using velcro for a while then I tried the hold it strips, and I liked those better, but I like this silicone idea also. Have you used this on headbands? Do you know if it sticks directly to plastic or metal? I personally have always had trouble keeping headbands on, they always ride up from the back, so I have tried velcro and it has worked fine, the silicone may be the solution to headbands slipping off though, again thanks so much.
Yes, it works on all these, my DD has the same trouble with headbands and this works PERFECTLY
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