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Floral Sticky Clay 4' Roll-Green
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- Floral Sticky Clay 4'-Green
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PANACEA PRODUCTS-Floral Sticky Clay. Use with dried or silk floral materials to create beautiful arrangements for your home. Perfect for holding candle and fruit displays together. This package contains one 1/2in by 4ft roll of green floral clay. Caution: harmful if swallowed or inhaled. Imported.
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However, my application was outside the floral world. I live with four cats which has an impact on my decorating! I purchased the roll of floral stick to tack items such as candles and photo frames to shelves and table tops. This doesn't hurt the furniture or the items, but I would use caution on anything priceless just to be safe. Nothing is so glued down that you can't lift to do a good cleaning etc. but items are not easily tipped over by curious kitty paws.
I used 2 stripes each longer than the frog and pressed the frog to the pot to firmly embed the frog in to the sticky clay.
4 out of 4 fell over within an hour. Mostly the metal frog fell out of stuff and one the sticky stuff pulled away from the pot. I all cases some stuff still adhered to the pot and the frog sort of make me think it was sticky enough, but just not strong enough to hold together with the weight of the dahlia.
I know dahlias are quite large flowers so I just resolved to think that this was the wrong stuff to use for a dahlia flower show. Until my dahlia society met again after the show and another member had brought in and raved about her green sticky stuff (and she had over 40 dahlias in the show and had been using it for years in other dahlia shows)
I guess I can still use this stuff to tack things down for earth quakes