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Old 07-05-2010, 05:43
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Default Your favorite "no slip" liner.

What is your favorite "no slip liner" and why?
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Old 07-05-2010, 07:23
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

I use 3/8" velvet ribbon. I use it because it stays in place and it looks pretty
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Old 07-06-2010, 06:56
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

punkynmunky's no-slip. It's quick and effective.
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Old 07-06-2010, 12:57
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

I use the GripZies! right now, but am thinking about trying something else because of the cost, and they're hard to use on double prong partially lined clips...
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

Silicone is great because it dries clear and the clippie looks neat. I use Duck Hold-It too when I'm short on time because it's convenient to apply and holds really well
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

I love the Duck brand rug tape. I think it is called "Hold It"??? You can get it at Wal-Mart with the other duck tape (near the paint isle). It comes in a huge roll that last forever and I want to say it is around $8. I have made 100's of bows and still have more than half the roll left. It is sticky on one side and stays adhered to your alligator clip very well without any extra glue! Hope this helps.
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

I like hold it. Works great and cheap! It's
$8 a roll but lasts forever!
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

I use the "spongy" shelf liner (not sure what it is called ) I cut strips (2 bubble in width) and then run it through my xyron machine to make it sticky - then stick it to the clip. I make up a bunch and have them in a container. When I sell my bows I ask if they want a non slip grip - because I found that not everyone wants them.
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Old 07-28-2010, 08:57
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Default Re: Your favorite "no slip" liner.

Theres a lady on here that had the idea of using foam sheets from Michaels. I did it and I loved it, you buy one foam sheet and it's at least 100 bows. I haven't found anything that holds my daughters bows in better.
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