I have never had a problem with this adhesive. It rolls out great. Sometimes when I am near the end of the roll, I may have to try harder. But not all the time.
I use this 99% of the time!!!!
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I have loved this product from the first time I used it at a local scrapbook expo. Sometimes it is a little hard to find locally, but always in stock here. Thank you scrapbook.com!
I love these because they are easy to use. They are sort of like photo splits, but without the backing on each individual square. SO EASY! Just one in each corner of a picture holds it down VERY well. In fact, once it is stuck down you can't move it without tearing the paper underneath, so you have to be careful.
But I ran out and had to go back to using the skinny stripe version instead of the square tabs, and I am always fussing with how many little lines I want vs. how many come out. That is what I do with other adhesives, too, that are a bunch of little strips or dots rather than one standard size. I'll save those other ones for the times when I truly need small adhesive, like on die-cuts. For most things, I prefer "one square and I'm done!" It really does save time and thought.
The E-Z Squares are truly easy to use and I'm so glad they are back in stock today so I can stock up!
Just starting out this product was recommend to me -- I just pruchased these rolls and opend them today with a friend helping me and both dispensors have stopped working. You have to pop the dispensor open so you can get to the tabs and not fully waste the money that was spent on this product along with the shipping charge. The strips will not go on the take up wheel to dispense the tabs, and the strips back-up.
I have used this product for years, but my last order was cheapened by the manufacturer and did not dispense smoothly thereby tearing paper. I e-mailed Scrapbook. Com and they refunded my money, but it was not their fault. I had ordered 5 of them and so far I have tried 3 of them and they all dispense poorly. I hope they rectify this, because I loved the old versions to use in my card and scrapbook projects.
I like this tape runner fairly well. The only downfall is that sometimes getting the right number of tabs is a little tricky. You might think "just one more" and after you lift the runner up you realize a sliver of the tab is a little too long so you have to fold it so you don't have extra adhesive showing. I prefer the red roller by 3L (it has the tiny rectangles).
I absolutely love these. They're so much easier than splits or rolls of tape. And they hold pictures with just one in each corner. I'm not normally a fan of the tape runners but this one is great.
These are great, but they do sometimes take a little bit of work. The tabs come off in such a way that the next one doesn't quite line up, so you have to negotiate with it a little bit.
But the tabs are fabulous. Good size, and they stick great.
This adhesive roller almost had me in tears. It is SO hard to get rolling you don't want to stop or you'll never get it going again. You have to press so hard you leave two lines on your pages where the white plastic presses.