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  • 01 black 30ml
    are the worst culprits though when it comes to timing our projects and find ourselves creating that little masterpiece at the last moment so just be warned of course something like a candle holder will be fine because it will continue to cure as we have dinner q how long should I wait before washing the item a it is best to wait for at least 72 hours before washing for the first time because this gives the appliglue a good opportunity to cure again the longer it takes before the first washing the better the cure q what is the best way to wash the item a the item may be washed at a temperature up to 40 degrees on a short gentle wash if the item has sequins rhinestones or large decorative embellishments it is recommended that it be hand washed do not soak q the appliglue looks milky when it is washed a when it dries it will dry clear q should I shake or stir the appliglue before starting a do not shake or stir because it creates bubbles which may splatter out as you re working it is good practice to burb the bottle at regular intervals by gently tapping its tip down on a hard surface to displace the trapped air and bring the appliglue down into the tip check the flow of the glue on a paper towel before starting by squeezing the bottle gently then wipe the nozzle and start working q what should I do if the nozzle blocks a unscrew the nozzle and push a piece of florist s wire or an extended paperclip through the hole if the appliglue hasn t been used for sometime and the glue has dried in the nozzle remove the nozzle and scratch out it usually comes out easily you can also wash it out in hot soapy water the good news is that when the appliglue dries in the nozzle it seals in the rest of the appliglue so there is less chance of the glue drying out q oops I have a little blob of appliglue in the wrong place on my piece of work what shall I do a fix it immediately take a cotton bud and gently rotate it into the blob to remove the glue with a paper towel under the site dip the other side of the bud into water and scrub away any unwanted glue q what is the best way to glue a large rhinestone or piece of wood into position a it is often easier to put the appliglue jewel glue on to the back of the item and then place it on to the piece it may be necessary to lightly sand the item to achieve better purchase if it is going on to textile which has not been washed it is a good idea to scratch the surface of the fabric with a sharp item like a pin to make it more porous

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/appliglue/appliglue-30ml/01-black-30ml/prod_13.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 03 grass green 30ml
    are the worst culprits though when it comes to timing our projects and find ourselves creating that little masterpiece at the last moment so just be warned of course something like a candle holder will be fine because it will continue to cure as we have dinner q how long should I wait before washing the item a it is best to wait for at least 72 hours before washing for the first time because this gives the appliglue a good opportunity to cure again the longer it takes before the first washing the better the cure q what is the best way to wash the item a the item may be washed at a temperature up to 40 degrees on a short gentle wash if the item has sequins rhinestones or large decorative embellishments it is recommended that it be hand washed do not soak q the appliglue looks milky when it is washed a when it dries it will dry clear q should I shake or stir the appliglue before starting a do not shake or stir because it creates bubbles which may splatter out as you re working it is good practice to burb the bottle at regular intervals by gently tapping its tip down on a hard surface to displace the trapped air and bring the appliglue down into the tip check the flow of the glue on a paper towel before starting by squeezing the bottle gently then wipe the nozzle and start working q what should I do if the nozzle blocks a unscrew the nozzle and push a piece of florist s wire or an extended paperclip through the hole if the appliglue hasn t been used for sometime and the glue has dried in the nozzle remove the nozzle and scratch out it usually comes out easily you can also wash it out in hot soapy water the good news is that when the appliglue dries in the nozzle it seals in the rest of the appliglue so there is less chance of the glue drying out q oops I have a little blob of appliglue in the wrong place on my piece of work what shall I do a fix it immediately take a cotton bud and gently rotate it into the blob to remove the glue with a paper towel under the site dip the other side of the bud into water and scrub away any unwanted glue q what is the best way to glue a large rhinestone or piece of wood into position a it is often easier to put the appliglue jewel glue on to the back of the item and then place it on to the piece it may be necessary to lightly sand the item to achieve better purchase if it is going on to textile which has not been washed it is a good idea to scratch the surface of the fabric with a sharp item like a pin to make it more porous

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/appliglue/appliglue-30ml/03-grass-green-30ml/prod_286.html (2016-04-27)
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