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Old 09-08-2006, 04:44 PM   #1  
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I heard about how great mono-multi was so I bought it... I am stuck to my desk right now, typing with one hand! I have glue on me, on my desk, on my cutter and on my...well, never mind. I'm sinking fast!

How do you control this stuff! It's very gluey...
Am I just not coordinated or what?
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I hear you Gina. I too seem to end up with glue everywhere but this stuff really does stick. At least my cards don't come apart. I just thought I am messy!
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Oh, that stuff is great. Sticks really well!! Anyway, when I use it I use only a small dab of the stuff. I have never used the wide applicator end of it. You really don't need a lot of it, so if you have it everywhere my guess is you are using too much. Not sure how to unglue yourself, you may just have to stay there!
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I'm a bit new at mono multi but I love it because everything else comes apart, especially in humidity.
I try to just use a little, very little.
When I first squeeze the bottle I put a dot in the middle of the piece I am trying to glue, then a dot about 1/4 or 1/8 inch from the corners.
Make sense?
I am interested to see what anyone else may say.
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Stay atleast a 1/2" away from the edges and use it sparingly. Just use a wet wipe to clean it off.
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before you start squeezing, give the bottle a little downward shake so you are shaking the glue towards the tip of the bottle (bottle is kind of upside down at this point assuming you are using the fine tip)...then GENTLY squeeze so a tiny little bead of glue comes out and just use a couple of dots about a quarter of an inch in from the end of whatever you are adding glue to. A little goes a long way - I had a lot of trouble when I first started using it but you will get the hang of it and it really is awesome! (I hated it when I first bought it but you have to trust the mono multi addicts and "Stick" with it!)
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So you don't have to get it to the edge? Your edges don't come up? Okay, I'll try it again. I was just making some cards and pulled out the old mono. I am not a fan because everything falls apart with that. (Didn't used to tho'! )

Anyway, I will try the fine tip end and just a few dots. Any other advice will still be most welcome!!!

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I only use the fine tip; I use the thinnest possible thread about 1/4 of an inch from the edge and if the piece is big, a criss-cross thru the center.
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This stuff should last you a long time... I just did over 100 swaps with one bottle a couple weeks ago.
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Yes, stick with the fine tip.... I thought I was the only one!!! I keep baby wipes handy and rubbing alcohol handy too. It really does stick well.... when nothing else seems to work...

Hang in there...or stick in there?
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This is pretty funny because I can't control what comes out with the fine tip! I wound up using the fatter end, putting dots at about 1/4 in from each corner and then using the tip to spread it around. works like a charm.
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yeah you just need a few DROPS to stick something down. use the fine tip. I only used the wide end once for a long strip on 12 x 12
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I'm sitting here laughing cause I went the through same thing when I first tried mine. Didn't like it at first, but kept at it due to all the ladies here. Now I can't live without it!

Here's what I do:

Store on its side or tip down that you use most. I have problems when I have air bubbles as it seems to blech out at me (just like my kids...). I too start in the middle, gentle squeeze then dot over other areas of the card, taking extra glue on the tip and adding it else where. And with a new bottle, I tend to make a puddle of glue then use a toothpick to add it where I want. HTH

Keep playing with it. I think you'll come to love it.
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I do the thinest line possible about 1/4 of an inch in from the edge. If I get too much glue on the piece I am doing, I take another piece (assuming I am doing more then one) and press them together, and peel them apart quickly, spreads the glue out..lol. I got it all over me to start with, but now I don't hardly get it on me at all! I agree, store it with the fine tip down (I keep mine in a plastic cup), and shake it down before opening the cap.
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Okay, the verdict in- I LOVE IT!
Thanks for all the great advice! It's working great! I made a whole bunch of cards. They are stuck down so well! I used the thin line and the four corners. It's even holding my ribbon down! I will have to write about this one on my blog. I love it when I can recommend something that works so well!

You girls rock! I knew I could count on you to help me figure this out!
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When I first opened a new bottle of Mono Multi, the glue just came pouring out, and I had it standing up straight, so I thought if I opened the larger end to get some air in, it would stop, BIG Mistake!!

It came pouring out of both ends!

Has anyone ever had this happen to them? I think it may have something to do with the altitude, it was shipped from Kansas (TAC) here to Colorado Springs!

Even with that huge mess I still love the stuff.
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Oh No Jovi!
That didn't happen to me, poor girl! But you were right about this being a great product. I finally got my "click" with it and now it's very easy to use. (Of course, thanks to the girls here!)
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I use it all the time. I use the small tip and run a thin like all the way around the edge about an 1/8 of an inch in on the cardstock. Works wonderfully! I've never had a mess problem unless I glob too much out. Don't squeeze so hard!
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Does this happen to anyone?
I can't get any out so I squeeze real hard, then all of a sudden it all gushes out.
I've only been using it for about a month, and it is getting better.

By the way, another reason to love scs, where else can we get all this disscussion about just one kind of glue??!!!
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Does this happen to anyone?
I can't get any out so I squeeze real hard, then all of a sudden it all gushes out.
I've only been using it for about a month, and it is getting better.

By the way, another reason to love scs, where else can we get all this disscussion about just one kind of glue??!!!
When my dh asks me if I want to hear about his political blah-blah, I ask him if he wants to hear about my wonderful new adhesive! It's saved me twice this week! LOL I love mono multi, and am so thankful for hearing about it on this site! I made 100 wedding invitations and 100 matching thank-you's for my brother's wedding next month, and used my mono-multi because I would have died if anything came apart!!!
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Does this happen to anyone?
I can't get any out so I squeeze real hard, then all of a sudden it all gushes out.
I've only been using it for about a month, and it is getting better.

By the way, another reason to love scs, where else can we get all this disscussion about just one kind of glue??!!!
That's why you've got to give it that first "shake" so the glue goes to the bottom (actually the top because you'll give it a shake holding the tip you want upside down.) That way there's no need to squeeze so hard...

It's really hard to explain but you need to make sure the glue inside the bottle is already near the tip you want to use - it's not really a shake, more like half a shake - but a really strong one!
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I never use the wide end, so I seem to have the best luck if I store it with the narrow tip down - then the glue is already at the end. I do give it a shake. It takes a bit of practice to learn how hard to squeeze the bottle. I go for a very thin line about 1/8 in from the edge.
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When I first opened a new bottle of Mono Multi, the glue just came pouring out, and I had it standing up straight, so I thought if I opened the larger end to get some air in, it would stop, BIG Mistake!!

It came pouring out of both ends!

Has anyone ever had this happen to them? I think it may have something to do with the altitude, it was shipped from Kansas (TAC) here to Colorado Springs!

Even with that huge mess I still love the stuff.
Jovi- it's got to be altitude. That has happened with all my shampoos everytime I travel to high altitudes. I'm not sure how to fix it. Surely even people in high places get to use Mono Multi, right?
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[quote=danssister]When my dh asks me if I want to hear about his political blah-blah, I ask him if he wants to hear about my wonderful new adhesive! It's saved me twice this week! LOL [quote]

I am LOL.....too funny!

I bought a bottle of this stuff months ago & never tried it. I guess I need to break open the package. LOL.
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Do you have to order this on line, or do stores carry it? I am intrigued now. .

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On-line stores, LSS, some hobby & office supply stores. You might be surprised where you do find it. I'm in Michigan and we have "Meijer" stores - kinda like a cross between Walmart & Target. They carry the Mono Multi, discovered it totally by accident. I searched all over looking for it, LSS no longer carries it and was going nuts as my bottle was running really low. Couldn't believe I happened to look at some paper on sale and saw it. Now I just sneak a bottle into my grocery budget when I need it, and Stickles, and punches, and ribbon and.....
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Jovi- it's got to be altitude. That has happened with all my shampoos everytime I travel to high altitudes. I'm not sure how to fix it. Surely even people in high places get to use Mono Multi, right?
I like to blame a lot of things on the altitude, especially baking! Next time I open a new bottle I'll make sure I'm over the sink
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I love mono multi . . . .so does my 4yo! Gina, you should see the mess SHE made. I keep it out of my most used tools now because of that mess . . . maybe she can be trusted again.

I had to learn to glue further in, but once I got the hang of it I can't stop using it.
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I just bought and tried mono multi also, after reading about it on this site! I do think it holds a lot better than anything else I have used before. I was tired of things coming loose in a short time with other adhesive "runners". So I guess I am a convert also - if the sticky gets on my fingers, it IS sticky! but usually it rubs right off...Thanks for all the great tips I have gotten about it!
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Wow, after reading this wonderful thread I am storing mine small point side down and now it is so easy to use!
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I buy mine here....it's $1.99 a bottle and free shipping over $25. Very fast too. I just tell all my girls I am ordering and we'll get several boxes. (comes in a box of 10 if you want that many.)

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EEEk!!! I'll have to check out that website - I pay almost $4 a bottle here (Near Dallas)
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Do any of you have trouble with the narrow end clogging? Mine did, which is why I used the wide end...and I seemed to go through it pretty fast. I think I'll start using less! It also smells good- can't beat that. It costs $2.95 in the TAC catty.
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Doesn't it make your paper curl. I did a scrap book page and it was all warped by the time it dried. Looks nasty...
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I buy mine here....it's $1.99 a bottle and free shipping over $25. Very fast too. I just tell all my girls I am ordering and we'll get several boxes. (comes in a box of 10 if you want that many.)

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Yep, this place is awesome! Thanks to all the great people here and thanks, Emily, this is where i get mine. I ordered one to try and then had to hurry and order again because i would 'die' if i ever ran out!!! they are sooo fast. I ordered on a sunday and got it on Tuesday without paying extra postage. Also, if you order $25.00 shipping is free! Love, love Mono Multi!
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Doesn't it make your paper curl. I did a scrap book page and it was all warped by the time it dried. Looks nasty...
Yea don't use this on thin PP like Chatterbox, it leaves a line and look yucky. BUT for the thicker paper like Basic Grey and Scenic Route, it's ok. I really love it for cards, but I think I'll "stick" with my Duck tape runner for the thin PP.
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Doesn't it make your paper curl. I did a scrap book page and it was all warped by the time it dried. Looks nasty...
Are you sure we are talking about the same glue? Mono Aqua is a liquid glue that makes things warp. Mono Multi is a white glue and I have not heard of warpage issues with this one.
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Yeppers, this is where I found mine too, and posted all about it on here so everyone could get a great deal! The service here is outstanding. My mom does big orders with her ladies too since I got them all hooked on it when I went to Florida. I did all 60 of my wedding announcements using mono multi and all have arrived in excellent condition!
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Do any of you have trouble with the narrow end clogging? Mine did, which is why I used the wide end...and I seemed to go through it pretty fast. I think I'll start using less! It also smells good- can't beat that. It costs $2.95 in the TAC catty.
Love the smell of this stuff! When my tip is clogged I just use either the small needle attached to my crystal effect bottle, or use my paper piercer to poke into the opening (very small opening) then kinda pull out the clogged glue. I find that if I store mine with the tip I am using most (the fine tip) then the glue is less likely to clog up, I also just pull the stuff that settles on the tip off, after it is dried.
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Old 09-10-2006, 06:41 AM   #40  
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Yea don't use this on thin PP like Chatterbox, it leaves a line and look yucky. BUT for the thicker paper like Basic Grey and Scenic Route, it's ok. I really love it for cards, but I think I'll "stick" with my Duck tape runner for the thin PP.
OOPS, I see that now, I only tend to use it on cardstock or on regular weight paper..sorry about that..lol
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