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Old 11-18-2009, 09:32
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Default Baby clips

I'm hoping to start making baby bows. I've read that 30mm snap clips are best with a nonslip grip. My question is how do you,or actually where do you put the grips. And some say they use velcro ? I know everyone asks this question but I am confused are they any pics or tutorials you can lead me to.Thankyou
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Old 11-19-2009, 04:22
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wow, no reply?
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:01
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I personally like the alligator clips, but I know many girls like the snap clips too. I just had my dd in a headband and attached the alligator clip to that. I do have a few snap clips that someone gave me and they are cute, but I always felt like I was pulling my dd's hair when trying to unsnap them. That was just me though!

I used velcro when dd was younger, but now it seems to really pull dd's hair. There are lots of ways to make the clippie non-slip. Try searching the board for inon-slip methods and you will find tons of posts! Good luck!!
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:12
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I use the 30mm snap clips but they're so tiny I'm not sure how'd you even go about adding a non-slip grip to it and have it stay closed. Both of my daughters have or had little to no hair and it still stayed in their hair without the non-slip grip.
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:27
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I use the 30mm snap clips but they're so tiny I'm not sure how'd you even go about adding a non-slip grip to it and have it stay closed. Both of my daughters have or had little to no hair and it still stayed in their hair without the non-slip grip.
I agree. I use them on my baby and have since she was only a couple months old. They are wrapped so maybe that helps, but I don't have much of a problem with them staying in. My only problem is her pulling on them.
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:34
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I use non toxic DAP 100% Silicone household sealant and do it like this





Then let it dry and put it in the clip

for a 30 MM clip I make the ribbon 2.5 inches and when it is done it looks like this

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Thankyou all so very much. I was getting a little sad no one was replying. The pic was awesome! And that was my same issue I wasn't sure how I was going to close the snap with a grip inside. I will try the silicone, where do I find it at? Will wal mart or Lowes have it?
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:09
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u can use duck it non slip tape that sell in hipgirls ..... they also got a video to show u how a non slip in placed in a snap clip and it wont slip down....=)

using silicon or the non slip foam....u still clip on the hair as per normal,... it help to stay put on hair...I try on my own hair and my nieces the clip stay put for whole day without dropping off and tight also.....

my point of view....all the best
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Old 11-21-2009, 09:40
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I'm going to try the silicone. Never thought of that!
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