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Old 04-30-2011, 11:08
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Default Glue for Minnie Mouse

What type of glue do you use to mount a Minnie Mouse head sculpture on your clip? I used hot glue, and tested out the clip for strength, and the sculpture came off . Is e6000 the way to go, or should I try another brand of hot glue? Thanks!
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Hot glue works fine for me.Mabe try super glue?

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hot glue- but make sure it is really hot! I've made hundreds and haven't had one come off yet
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Default Re: Glue for Minnie Mouse

I use high temp hot glue and make sure to press the sculpture into the glue ASAP. Don't let the glue have any time at all to cool off. Also, I make sure to glue it down where there is the bulk of the ribbon together. Like where all of your circles are glued together at the one meeting point in the sculpture. Glue that part to the clip.
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I use high temp hot glue and make sure to press the sculpture into the glue ASAP. Don't let the glue have any time at all to cool off. Also, I make sure to glue it down where there is the bulk of the ribbon together. Like where all of your circles are glued together at the one meeting point in the sculpture. Glue that part to the clip.
That's exactly what I do and have had NO problems! The hotter the glue the better. With E6000 you risk it getting "readjusted" while you wait for it to dry.
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