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Old 08-04-2012, 04:10 PM   #1
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I went to use some Kindy Glitz that I hadn't used for some time. It was all thick and gooey and wouldn't squeeze out. Does anyone know if it can be thinned out again with something?
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I've never tried this, but did a little research and Kindy Glitz contains water so I think you could use water to thin it. Here's a link for ehow.com with instructions.

How to Thin Glitter Glue | eHow.com
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Thanks so much Colleen, I will just put a little bit in a separate container and try it before adding water to the actual bottle. Will let you know how it works.
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You're welcome. I hope it works for you.
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Yes it did work Colleen, thanks for the tip. I was actually thinking of trying OMS or something like that, I didn't think water would do it. All the help we get on this site is wonderful!
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