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Here's an idea,
This review is from: Great Explorations Star Explosion (Toy)
When sticking the stars up on the ceiling, don't use the putty provided, the heat makes them fall down within a few days. So instead use a hot glue gun with silicon it doesn't ruin your stars or ceiling paint and they wont fall off... Thats what i used from the start from previous experience.
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Initial post: Jan 19, 2009, 9:07:09 PM PST
when you say hot glue gun with silicon, do you mean there's silicon in the glue?
Posted on Sep 27, 2009, 10:43:29 AM PDT
Denise Rich says:
AWESOME idea! Thanks for the extra input.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010, 7:37:48 AM PDT
J. Pawlowski says:
Silicon is is a glass-like material that sand, glass, transistors, electronic chips, & some rocks are made of. It is not a glue & no glue contains silicon (sand, glass, or rocks). Could you be thinking of silicone? That is a glue & sealant, but is chemically activated not heat activated (silicone is damaged, ruined, & may burn or catch fire by high heat used by hot glue guns). So any hot glue that claims to have silicone or silicon is lying, & it's some kind of marketing scheme to make it sound better that the competition's hot glue.
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