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Old 08-30-2011, 11:04
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Now that I am doing wholesale on lined clips. I was wondering what the easiest fastest way to line them. I use hot glue.
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Old 08-30-2011, 12:16
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I love the double stick tape.... I use that on the ribbon then I tack both ends with hot glue.
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Old 08-30-2011, 01:53
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double sided tape
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Old 08-30-2011, 03:48
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I love your clips! But I will tell you honestly I won't buy tape lined clips. And I know several others feel the same way. Tape lined clips can have issues, maybe not for everyone, but I can't take the chance that I will be at a show and have a bow hanging off the clip because the tape came loose. Even if 99 out of 100 hold, that one that doesn't hold really sticks in customers' minds.

I know I have seen posts before about inventions that people have made/used that made it quicker, but I can't recall them offhand. I would definately recommend searching for those options over using tape.

If I get a few minutes later I will look, but I am currently a jungle gym for a two year old that needs a nap!
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Old 08-30-2011, 04:04
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totally have a point, I only do the hot glue on clips, never tried ds tape, and have heard that the tape can come loose after wearing them a few times.
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I love your clips! But I will tell you honestly I won't buy tape lined clips. And I know several others feel the same way. Tape lined clips can have issues, maybe not for everyone, but I can't take the chance that I will be at a show and have a bow hanging off the clip because the tape came loose. Even if 99 out of 100 hold, that one that doesn't hold really sticks in customers' minds.

I know I have seen posts before about inventions that people have made/used that made it quicker, but I can't recall them offhand. I would definately recommend searching for those options over using tape.

If I get a few minutes later I will look, but I am currently a jungle gym for a two year old that needs a nap!
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I love your clips! But I will tell you honestly I won't buy tape lined clips. And I know several others feel the same way. Tape lined clips can have issues, maybe not for everyone, but I can't take the chance that I will be at a show and have a bow hanging off the clip because the tape came loose. Even if 99 out of 100 hold, that one that doesn't hold really sticks in customers' minds.

I know I have seen posts before about inventions that people have made/used that made it quicker, but I can't recall them offhand. I would definately recommend searching for those options over using tape.

If I get a few minutes later I will look, but I am currently a jungle gym for a two year old that needs a nap!


I don't want to use double sided tape. I really like using the glue. I thought I remembered hearing about some type of invention but I can remember what it was called so I have no clue how to search. I am so glad you love my clips. I love happy customers. Just looking for a way to get my turn around time down some.
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