The Powder Tool by EK Success is a must-have for crafters who use stickers! This handy tool makes it easy to deactivate the adhesive on part or all of a sticker. Use it on a sticker that extends beyond the edge of the paper or when mounting a sticker with dimensional foam. The Powder Tool measures approximately 1.5" x 5".
love product. but had heck of a time getting top off. thought it was my arthritis but husband could not get it off either had to get pliers to take it off. need to package powder lid different.
I work a lot with glues, inking and the like. I do a lot with the Xyron sticker system as well. When I run a die through my Xyron machine to add the sticky backing to it, no matter how hard I try to prevent 'sticky edges' I still have to deal with getting rid of some sticky residue/overages. This powder tool has ELIMINATED my extra work and time I had to put into trying to remove the sticky edges. The powder neutralizes the "sticky" parts that I don't want sticky so now I don't have to stress over trying to remove it. I just powder over it and ....no more sticky! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this tool. I also have an anti-static powder pouch, that I also LOVE, for larger areas that I had before this tool. When I saw this tool, knowing how much I loved the pad, I had to try it. Love it - Works SUPERBLY!!! I've used it in so many other ways as well. Very handy tool!! Wish I had found it sooner!
UPDATE: I use this so much for so many things that I recently bought a second one! I wanted then in a handy/convenient spots in my office/craft room!
I love to use my Xyron to attach delicate details to my project. The problem I have is that when the embellishment is very detailed I simply cannot remove all of the residue no matter if I trace around the piece before removing the film. But, once I was introduced to the EK Success - Powder Tool, my worries were over. It gets rid of everything. I am one happy camper. I will NEVER be without it.
This really doesn't work the way I thought it would but maybe I'm using it wrong, I'll have to research a little. But right at this moment in time, I'm not impressed. I have arthritic hands and it took forever to get the lid off so be aware of that snafu.