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Old 10-15-2011, 02:04
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Default Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

Hi.....Today I tried using my E6000 on my first bottle cap image, but i found it that it doesnt look neat. you could see a gap between the image and the bottle cap. It also moves alot. Does this happen to you guys as well? Is there a better glue for the bottlecap images?

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Old 10-15-2011, 05:03
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

I use gel medium to stick the image to the bottlecap. Has worked for me so far
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:49
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

I only use the E6000 to stick the bottle cap to my bows, clips, or magnets. To apply the actual paper image to the cap I use an Xryon sticker maker, the small one that looks like and X, with the permanent adhesive. If you have Modge podge though you you put a coat on the bottlecap, lay the image down, then coat with more modge podge. Don't worry about it if you see any brushstrokes or fingerprints, these will not show through the resin.
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

I use the Xyron stock maker and it works great for me.
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

I just started using the xyron sticker maker too. I was having trouble using different glues and not being able to get the edges of the image to stick well, but the xyron is perfect!
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Great info! Where do I find this Xyron product?
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

Yes, It happens alot. But really it's the best glue that I have found yet. I have had no complaints with it falling off...YET.
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

I got my xyron at Walmart in the scrapbooking section. It was $8 I think. Definately worth it!!! The refills are like $5. I've heard people say they got theirs at Michaels with a coupon cheaper though.
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

you don't need much e6000 to hold it down to the bottle cap. i find i have to go back a couple times for few minutes and press it down again b/c sometimes the image does lift up a bit. it isn't a problem for me b/c i don't do bottle caps in large volumes. once those images are stuck on, they aren't going anywhere!
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Default Re: Those of you who use E6000 for bottlecaps..

Thanks for the tip. I haven't tried the e6000 yet. We used 1 inch glue tabs on our last batch of caps and they appear to be holding up very well.
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