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Old 03-02-2011, 10:31
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Default Re: Adding a snap clip to a rosette hair clip?

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The brand that I get at WM is Ad Tech. It is really the best one I have found and the WM here has a value pack available right now if you buy the 100 pack you get 25 glue sticks for free and it is just over $4 for 100. Great buy and great quality glue sticks in my opinion.
Ok, I bought some of these and my glue gun started dripping like crazy. So I tried putting them in the freezer like someone had mentioned on here. That did not help then the glue came out uncontrolably and became very stringy. BUT the hold is great! Ugghh

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Old 03-02-2011, 03:37
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Ahhh, so it's pretty straightforward! Thanks for this, I am going to try it this way.

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The brand that I get at WM is Ad Tech. It is really the best one I have found and the WM here has a value pack available right now if you buy the 100 pack you get 25 glue sticks for free and it is just over $4 for 100. Great buy and great quality glue sticks in my opinion.
Awesome!! Thanks!
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Old 03-03-2011, 03:03
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Ok, I bought some of these and my glue gun started dripping like crazy. So I tried putting them in the freezer like someone had mentioned on here. That did not help then the glue came out uncontrolably and became very stringy. BUT the hold is great! Ugghh

Lynn
My glue gun drips too, but only because it is sitting upright on its stand. Mine has done that wit any brand of glue sticks that I use tho. If it is mid drip when I pick it up I just scrape it against the stand and that removes the glue drips and any strings. I havent had problems with strings...sorry! If you do get strings you can remove them easily with a heat gun or blow drier. Have you tried that. I would sacrifice the strings for a good hold on the glue.
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