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Old 11-09-2009, 12:19
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Default Hot glue or E-6000?

I did a search...with no luck, so I apologize if this has been asked many times already.

Do you use hot glue or E-6000 glue for resins?

Also, I have some sequin flowers with a fabric backing that I want to put on a clip...trying to decide which to glue or E-6000?

FWIW, I use hot glue on my appliques and have never had a problem with them coming off. I am wondering if E-6000 would be better for heavier items.

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Old 11-09-2009, 12:32
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Default Re: Hot glue or E-6000?

I do E6000 for my resins, because they're heavier. Hot glue for my other appliques (i.e. padded, felt, etc.). Not sure about the flowers, although, I'd probably just use hot glue on those.
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