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Notepad Padding Compound - White, 2oz

4.8 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Create your own custom notepads with this fast-drying, white padding compound. Simply stack your pages and align one side, then use clips to hold in place. Brush a liberal coat of this padding compound on the edge. Dries fast to a flexible coating. For added strength, apply a second coat. Compound can be used on a wide variety of papers, card stocks, and chipboard. 2oz bottle includes enough to cover approximately 120 square inches, maybe more. Ready to use right out of the bottle! Paper not included. Non-flammable. Water-based. Perishable if frozen

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Technical Details

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

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ASIN B005N9J97S
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4.8 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,399 in Office Products (See top 100)
#189 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Adhesives
#10,544 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces
Date First Available September 15, 2011

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We used this to create tear off pads of post cards for bulletin board marketing. It works perfect. The postcards are thick, professionally printed and required two coats to have really good adherence. Once it dried, it was like we had spent a bunch of money to have them bound at the printers. Plus we could decide how many to go on each bulletin board.
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Go to your bank and order 50 brand new $2 bills. Yes, they are still available, but are not usually stocked. When you get them preserve the stack carefully - you want them to be even. Use the bills as a template and cut a matching piece from the cardboard back of a yellow pad. Now Just stack 'em all up - cardboard on bottom, of course, and glue one long side. It'll take 3 or 4 coats. Then the fun begins.

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.
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My husband and I own a full-service custom print shop, and he gets this red padding compound by the quart from his wholesaler. I thought it was ugly, so I got a bottle of this: it works every bit as well as what we get from the paper supplier, but it dries nearly clear! I'm also an engineering student, and I don't like having my notebooks completely bound, nor do I like them bound on the sides. I can pad what I want, and leave the rest as loose paper.
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!
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I love this size bottle, it's great for small at home projects. You only need a few paintbrush strokes per notebook so it will probably last me forever, but is still easy to store. I made coloring notepads to put in my son's birthday treat bags and love the stuff! It's easy to use and clean up.
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Great product. I place about three light coats, letting the glue dry in between each coat (I use a cheap black sponge brush). The glue holds the paper together very well. The most that I have glued together is twenty-six sheets. I use clips to hold the sheets firmly together. The clips can be bought at your office supply store. I hope they get more in. A little does go a long way.
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I made about 14 notepads as gifts for Christmas and this stuff was easy to work with and after a couple of coats, did the job just great. Have plenty left over for future projects.
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I bought this product to try a new Christmas idea - making a checkbook notepad of dollars for my family as gifts. They turned out a great and this product was perfect. I used a paint brush to apply to the sides on the items I wanted to join together. I did two coats and let it dry overnight. Works great!
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Nothing is safe now! I recycle all the scraps of paper, slap on a piece of cardboard on the back, binder clip it together, slather on a couple coats of this stuff and voila! notepads everywhere. Works great. Strong and remains flexible. Paper comes right off the glue when you pull one sheet off. My hubby printed up a stack of custom daily eating diary sheets and glued them together. Works exactly as advertised and dries quickly. You won't be disappointed!
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