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Palm-sized dispenser is equipped with a cartridge that runs a strip of double-sided adhesive quickly and cleanly across your projects for a temporary bond.
I am never able to decide where I wanna put all the different pieces in a LO (or a card), since I use a lot of tiny tiny pieces, letters and so on. With this removable adhesive I found my companion :) No strong hold, but it keeps my little things placed while I'm figuring out what to do next ;)
Easy to refill, easy to use- and I have no problem using it on textured cardstock - it runs smoothly and mess-free.
I have tried several adhesive dispensers with no luck. This one is amazing! It's definitely temporary, and is very easy to use. It's clear on how to install the refills, goes on smoothly and clearly, allows repositioning, and is all-in-all amazing! The first time I used it I was ecstatic with how well it worked! I'm never going to try anything else now!
Used in this project: Rainbow Drinks
Works great for temporarily holding cardstock & transparencies in place for using a computer and printer to add journaling, etc.
Used in this project: Lovie Taylor
Works great do temporary placements..can be removed without harming your project
Tombow removable adhesive is a great way to fussy cut or die cut something and temporarily stick down that object while you stencil over a background or layer objects next to one another. I use it for masking and it is wonderful. It will not dry and become permanent.
This is exactly what I was looking for to temporarily adhere paper while creating.
I use the tombow permanent adhesive and had accidentally grabbed the temporary one last time I bought more. I like temporary adhesives in that you can easily rearrange items on your page if you decide you don’t like the placement. However when I used this and picked my page up everything fell off! I will stick the permanent and make sure my placement is how I want it.
Tried this because I ran out of removable dotto and couldn't find any. It really doesn't hold at all, just barely enough to keep things in place until you can use something else (I did have my permanent dotto).
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