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Old 10-24-2010, 02:20 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a pkg. of Tack 'N Peel for my unmounted wheels....however, now I am hesitant about putting it on my nice, new acrylic block.....(!)....if, by chance, I would not like it, would I be able to remove it without harming the acrylic block????
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It won't hurt the block, but it is HARD to remove, once it's on there. At least that's been my experience.
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I had bought it years ago and decided I didn't care for it and decided to remove it. Yeah, right! I did finally get it off the block but what a job! Since I've started unmounting my wood stamps I bought Tack n Peel again only this time, it's staying on the block.
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Old 10-24-2010, 04:26 PM   #4
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I don't like Tack 'n Peel. I put EZ Mount on my stamps when I convert them from wooden stamps to clear mount. Or when I take the rubber off the wheel.
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:35 AM   #5
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Hi! This is the first time I've posted anywhere like this. I bought some Tack 'N Peel a few years ago and I love it! I've never had to try to remove it, so I don't know how that would work, but what I did is I have a couple of different sizes of acrylic blocks that have the Tack 'N Peel and the rest are for using with the acrylic stamps. I love the fact that I can pull out a UM stamp and stick it on and it's ready! Hope that helps!
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:04 PM   #6
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I have used the Tack'n Peel on my acrylic blocks and have had no problems. It is just on one side of the block and I use the other side when I have to use the block for clear stamps or stamps that are already unmounted.
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I have used the Tack'n Peel on my acrylic blocks and have had no problems. It is just on one side of the block and I use the other side when I have to use the block for clear stamps or stamps that are already unmounted.
Ditto. I LOVE my T&P! I do have to say that I don't always cover the entire block with the T&P, usually just strips every inch or so. Most of my stamps have some sort of cushioning. BUT on the block I did for the um wheels I found that I did need complete coverage on the block. The wheels are completely naked rubber when unmounted, and I wasn't getting good impressions with the strips.
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Great idea using strips for those stamps with cushioning. Economical too. Thanks.
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