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Old 09-01-2009, 10:05
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Lighter fluid works extremely well for removing the tape goop too : )
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Lighter fluid works extremely well for removing the tape goop too : )
Wow - another great tip! See, I should've asked earlier instead of dealing with this for months
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Default Re: For those who use Sealah...

I tried the Sealah tape and I do not like it. I was able to pull the ribbon off the clip once finished. Is there something that I am missing? I would love to find a cleaner alternative to hot glue.
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I have both and the tape from her buy work great for me and MUCH MUCH cheaper. I think it only came in one size.
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Wow - another great tip! See, I should've asked earlier instead of dealing with this for months

I used just plain old rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab. I need to do my pair again.
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I have both and the tape from her buy work great for me and MUCH MUCH cheaper. I think it only came in one size.

What exactly is the difference if you have both? Was size a major factor in your choice to like one better than the other? Or was it you could pull up the ribbon? I have never been a huge fan of using hot glue for clips, and have always been a huge fan of E6000 and Quick Grip. However the fumes drive me crazy for one, plus with the humidity where I live and the heat waves as well (San Diego) it dries out too fast and smells. I hope that makes sense
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