|Brand Name||Chica and Jo|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 1.5 x 3.8 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||NPC|
Notepad Padding Compound - White, 2oz
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- Make your own custom notepads, stationery, and booklets
- Dries fast to a flexible, white coating
- 2 oz bottle with flip-top screw cap
- Non-flammable, water-based adhesive that can be applied to a wide variety of papers
- One bottle covers approximately 120 square inches
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Say, you are in a bar and ask for the tab. When paying pull out you $2 bills ( which many don't even know exist), peel off as many as need and hand 'em over. The look you'll get is worth the effort.
Some tips, from someone who has used gallons of padding compound (a LOT of pads!):
1. If possible, cut a straight edge on the edge you intend to pad. This makes it easier to get all of the pieces to stick in and stay in the pad.
2. Once you have the edge as flat and even as you can get it, put a piece of chipboard (as the backing for your pad; can be heavy card stock too) and something on top that you don't mind wasting (I use a scrap of card stock) put it on the edge of a table, with about 1 inch hanging over the edge. Put newspapers below to catch drippings.
3. If you have a piece of metal or a 2x4 piece of wood, and a pair of clamps, lay the metal/wood on top of the stack of paper parallel to the edge of the table, and clamp it down, one clamp on each side, allowing enough space to brush the padding onto the edges of the paper. If you don't have this equipment, no worries! Use a couple of binder clips on both sides of the pad (not where you'll be applying the padding, these clips will hold the paper tightly so that it will stay together) and place them on the edge of the table, and pile heavy books on top of the pad-to-be. The key is to get the edge as even as you can (cutting a straight edge if necessary), and the pages as flat and close together as possible.
4. Now, apply the padding!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked perfectly and quickly! Highly recommend, you could "make due" with cheaper school glue but this stuff is inexpensive and works better and a bottle will last a while. Read morePublished 17 days ago by J. Bush
Very easy to use and I love being able to make my own customized notepads. Durable. Notepads are still intact a year later.Published 20 days ago by Julie Morissette
Worked super well! I used to work at Kinko's Copies, back in the late 80's and we made pads with a similar padding compound all the time. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Dewpoint Reviews
I use this for enter to win slips on little boxes in local business and it works great! Sometimes I go to collect my boxes and the pads are torn off the box. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Two to three coats required for good strength, but very pleased with the product!Published 25 days ago by JimmieB