I was so happy to find un-do adhesive remover! As a scrapbooking mom, it is invaluable. I bought a bottle for myself and a bottle for a fellow scrapbooking friend. We have alerted all our scrapbooking friends that we have found un-do and scrapbook.com is the place to get it!
It's the best for removing old photos from those old magnetic photo albums. My husband had three albums that not only had the old magnetic pages, but these albums had been through, not one, but TWO house fires. Some of the pictures were WELDED to the pages, but un-do adhesive remover safely removed the photos without any damage to them. Way to go Un-Do! Thanks for carrying such a wonderful product!
I got a bottle of this stuff, a billion years ago, but never used it. I just peeled off whatever it was I was trying to move with mixed results. More times than not, I tore my background paper. On my latest project, I needed to remove a large journaling velum. I had to be extra careful as the replacement would probably be smaller and translucent. So I finally grabbed my bottle of Undo to test it out. It instantly broke the adhesive gap and I was able to remove my old journaling and all of the adhesive without damaging the background paper in anyway. I LOVE this stuff! You think it's a lot of liquid but it dries quickly, does not discolor anything, and leaves no stains. As someone who is always repositioning things, I wish I had started using this stuff sooner.
Used in this layout: Tiger Cat 4 - REVISED
How many fingernails have you worn down or rubbed 1/2 of your skin off trying to remove annoying lables from glassware or anything else you purchase? How many times have you used a product like Goof-Off & it ruined the item's surface in the process? I've used quite a few manufacturer's adhesive removers & they all do not perform like UN-DU Adhesive Remover does as quickly & completely with a minimal amount & absolutely does NO harm to the surface of the item. I've never been able to find UN-DU in craft, hobby, "big box" or hardware stores either. Recommend buying several! Welll worth the price.
I love this item. I have been using it for years and everytime I show it to one of my friends at work, church or craft class, they are amazed at what it can do. I usually demo it by using a piece of klenex tissue paper and putting a sticker on it. Any kind of sticker will do but I use the address kind that once they are down they are down for good. When they see that the sticker comes off the tissue paper without tearing the tissue and then they find out thta they can reuse the sticker -- it sells itself. This is the best product I have ever used as far as adhesive removers go and I have only one wish -- I wish I had discovered it first so I could be the one getting rich off of it. Try it -- you will love it. Nila Weekley
You can unstick photos from your page, paper from paper, photos from those old acidic "magnetic" albums, stickers off your windshield, price tags off glass, bumper stickers off of a wood dresser (know that from experience-ha!), glue dots from metal, xyron adhesive, etc. All w/o damaging a thing! It looks like a big oily stain when you apply it, but don't panic--it'll dry completely clear and you can restick whatever it was that you unstuck. Also, applying to a cotton ball and wiping off your scissors or cutting blade will un-gunk them if you cut something sticky too. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!
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I absolutely cannot live without this stuff. It's like magic and I'm not exaggerating. It will remove anything you've stuck down on your projects and when it dries the item can be reused perfectly. It says that the adhesive can be reused and in most cases this is true, but sometimes I do find I have to add more adhesive. But who cares? My mistake has been fixed and my project is still in tact. I absolutely love this stuff and was VERY sad when I thought they would stop making it, but VERY HAPPY when it came back and ordered more immediately so I wouldn't be without.
I've been waiting for Un-Du's return (my current bottle was getting very low). Here in California our local scrap store was unable to order it, so I was thrilled when I discovered its return. It's an absolute MUST HAVE if you're a scrapper (or card maker). I'm always changing my mind when I'm working on layouts, so it's been a real resource saver when I need to remove something and reapply it. The product has never damaged my pictures or the layout I'm working on. I highly recommend it to all my fellow scrappers. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I purchased this to remove pictures from some old albums that were given to me by my husband's grandmother and this was the perfect thing for removing the pictures. The albums were old - very old and using this was better than any other advise given - ie. dental floss, etc. It was quick-drying and didn't hurt the pictures at all. The only thing to be cautious of is that the odor is kind of strong - just like turpentine so you may want to have a fan on or a window open.
I purchased this product for to use in removing my childhood photos from those old "Magnetic", really just sticky, albums. I have to confess my age that some of those photos have been stuck for nearly 40 years! Amazing, Un-Do removes them just like it advertises - effortlessly! Even with these very old, fragile photos, there is NO damage to the photo. I am in the process of rescuing my family photos and placing them in proper albums. If you want to rescue yours, don't attempt to pull them from the albums without Un-Do!! Previous attempts resulted in photos whose backs had peeled off or they were were bent quite badly after removeable. Now, I use Un-Do, allow the photo to dry and the photo looks them same as when it was stuck in the old album - Yeah!
I'm all over the fact that this is good for scrapbooking but I find I use it more around our home and at the Scrapbook.com facilities (I guess that could be considered scrapbooking, LOL). Recently I used it to remove stickers from some shelving in the warehouse but there was lots of adhesive residue left on some of the shelves. I simply put some UnDo on a paper towel and easily wiped the rest of the goo off. I've given bottles to my kids to have in their homes because I give my grandkids my old stickers and they torment their moms by using them in creative ways. And, call me eccentric, but I've tucked bottles of UdDo into baby shower and wedding shower gifts too.
Jill Davis, Founder
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