Username Post: I swear I'm about to epoxy my Cuttlebug down onto my craft table!        (Topic#1591065)
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Greetings, y'all!

I confess I'm at my wit's end, as I spent about four non-stop hours die cutting today. After every single cut, I have to close and re-open my Cuttlebug to get it to adhere to the table.

I was told when I purchased it that if it slid around, it just meant that its feet needed to be washed. Well, I've washed and washed some more! Not just the feet, but also the craft table!

I can't figure out what to do. Any suggestions for me?

Many thanks!
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nanof8 
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In response to ChelleKristine

Sorry can't help I have the same problem


 
ScrapAddict21
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In response to nanof8

maybe a skid proof mat under it?


 
RedSquirrel
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In response to ScrapAddict21

Same problem here, but my desk hasn't got a slick surface for it to suck on to, so I don't expect anything better. Yes, would a rubber mat help?


 
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In response to ScrapAddict21

You know, that never even occurred to me! Good thinking! I'm going to look into it! Thank you so much for your response!


 
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In response to ScrapAddict21

Nanof8, thank you! What a great idea!


 
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