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Old 11-28-2019, 06:59 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by uncbballfan View Post
SPRAY ADHESIVE is your friend!
Oh most definitely! On intricately shaped die cuts, I use 3M General Purpose 45 Photo Safe spray and have great results.

I do two things always:
1. After I am through spraying, I always take my can outside and spray upside down until it sprays clear. You can hear it make a different sound. Then I take a q-tip soaked in GooGone or UnDu and holding the spray nozzle up, I rub the q-tip on / into where the spray comes out. Then I make sure to cap the can back. Never have an problems with clogs when I do this.
2. I let the adhered die cut CURE. It's quite tacky for a while but just be patient. Overnight is long enough for all the sticky to dissipate. Any stubborn spots get the EKSuccess powder brush.

I used to be afraid of using the spray adhesive because I have had bad luck before with clogs, maybe 3M is really good about no clogs.
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