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Glue Dots Removable Roll
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- Roll of Removable Dots, 200 Clear Adhesives, perfect for many projects!
- Works on paper, foam, plastic, metal, glass and more!
- Removable, Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
- No fumes, mess or drying time is great for kids
- Acid-free, Lignin-free, conforms to ASTM D-4236
- Removable glue dots are double-sided adhesive dots that are repositionable on a variety of clean dry surfaces including paper plastic metal wood glass and more
- Glue dots are mess free remove cleanly and will not damage most surfaces
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SIZE: They're 1" long and about 5mm or 3/16" wide (same width as Glue Dots' "mini dots"). This is great for most uses and you can easily cut them shorter if needed!
STRENGTH: Small but mighty. They bond instantly and stay bonded on most (clean) surfaces without a problem. I've used them on paper and cardstock, but also to attach lightweight things to my walls and a few miscellaneous uses. I used one to attach a wrapped 3oz candy bar to a plastic water bottle and it didn't budge (even in warm weather that started to melt the chocolate bar in the wrapper), to give an idea of how strong they are.
APPLICATION & ROLL: The roll is really great. It's clear plastic and perforated between each glue line (other GD products are non-perforated white paper). Tear the perforation, lay against your object, press it on, peel up plastic, then press the glue-lined part of the object to whatever you're gluing it on. Easy peasy. The clear plastic makes it easy to see exactly where you're pressing the glue line, too.
So clearly, I love them!
They're just essential for scrapbooking, card making, other crafting, whatever other use you can find for them.
Just give clear instructions first as to how to use them. Cut off the amount of strips you need for each kid. Do not remove the glue strip, but instead hold it by the plastic strip and push the glue onto the surface to be glued, then remove the plastic strip. Then join the other surface to be glued to the glue strip.
Scotch Permanent Double Sided Tape, 1/2 x 250 Inches 3-Pack Caddy(3136) was hard to remove from the glass, and wouldn't stick to the ribbon. Scotch Magic Tape, 3/4 x 1000 Inches, 6-Count Package (810K6) stuck to the glass & the ribbon...if I didn't fold it in half to hide it, Scotch Adhesive Dot Roller Value Pack .31 Inches x 49 Feet, 4-Pack (6055BNS) stuck to both the vase & the ribbon, but was hard to remove from the glass...so I remembered that glue dots worked for all my past craft projects. After sending my hubby to an office supply store (where they never heard of them & didn't carry them), I didn't have time to run from store to store looking for glue dots so I ordered these from Amazon...and they worked wonderfully!!! They can even be stretched.
Glue Dots Glue Dots 1/2-Inch Craft Dots, 200-Clear Dots/Roll saved me lots of time, saved my day & my sanity! They stuck to both the ribbon & the glass, were easy to remove & didn't leave any messy residue on the glass.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
"Works on paper, foam, plastic, metal, glass and more!"? Accept they don't really work on foam. I bought some 12"x12"x2" foam acoustic tiles. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Vi K
I love glue dots. And the removable version. Is no exception. They don't hold heavy items, but I didn't expect them to. Very useful!Published 1 month ago by JJ
Perfect for what I needed them for, they were more than expected ...Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Exactly what I was looking for! We use these at work to send out samples to customers (we attach a teabag to a postcard to explain the product). Read morePublished 1 month ago by LiveLoveLaugh