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Old 04-01-2013, 01:06 PM   #1
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Question Help needed to remove glossy accents!

I attached thin floral swirl die cuts with Glossy Accents. What a mistake! I always use my zig pen. But it was not flowing well. I grabbed the glossy accents which was near. I thought I was putting a thin coat on. But as I was placing it down, somehow the die shifted leaving glossy smudges all over. Uggh
I tried to get it out with the gummy square thingy. Not good. I tried a bit of almost dry baby wipe. Rubbed some paper off. Is there anything I can do?? (I have UnDu)
I know you guys will help. Thanks in advance
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Old 04-01-2013, 06:30 PM   #2
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I don't think it will come off

I used just a spot of it once to hold a snap shut on a badge holder and 5 years later (wearing said badge 3-4 times a week) I still couldn't pry the thing apart no matter how hard I tried.

The only thing that might do it, now that it's dried, is to take one of those white sanding blocks and gently sand the shiny part. It might also sand away part of your cardstock, though.
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This might be a crazy idea, but since you feel it is damaged anyway, could you sandwich it between regular copy paper and use a WARM iron to soften the glossy accents and pull it off?
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