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Old 04-26-2010, 01:26
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Default Re: Bobby Pins with Pads...can I use hot glue?

E6000 can eat through the silver backing on some of the rhinestones and make them look TERRIBLE. So if you're using rhinestones, you may want to test one first to make sure you don't ruin a bunch of rhinestones and bobby pins (like I did!).
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I've been using hot glue and haven't had problems with them. I put one in the freezer and it's been there for over 24 hours and I just tried pulling the resin piece off and it is not budging.
My hot glue was fine until I tried the freezer test - then it failed. What kind are you using? I want some!
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Default Re: Bobby Pins with Pads...can I use hot glue?

I am using Ad Tech brand Multi temp Glue sticks. It says on the front "for high temp or low temp bonding of wood, glass, metal, florals, fabric, foam"

My glue gun is nothing special. I got it from my mom forever ago. She was a super shopper so she probably paid like $2 for it. lol.
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I am using Ad Tech brand Multi temp Glue sticks.
I will definitely check them out. Thanks!
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