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Old 04-16-2021, 05:34 AM   #1  
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Default Making Tear off Notepads with Glue

I know we used to use Mod Podge to bind loose paper into a tablet, but I'd like to know if anyone has used Tombo Multi Purpose Liquid Glue for this?

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No, but I have used rubber cement, and it worked great.
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I've always used rubber cement.
The multi-purpose liquid won't work because when it dries it gets tacky.
YOu could always try it and let us know
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Agree that the Tombow won't work because it stays sticky once dried.

I've used Ailene's Tacky glue for it and that works really well. You can also get padding compound on Amazon and it didn't seem terribly pricey to me.
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No, but I have used rubber cement, and it worked great.
Yes, I have found the rubber cement works well.
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If you're planning to make a lot of them, Carole, get some padding compound. It may last forever, but you can always share with a friend.
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Whatever happened to the like button? It always seemed easier to use that then compose a whole post to repeat what someone else has said. BTW I really like the rubber cement for creating tablets of all kinds and sizes.
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Whatever happened to the like button? It always seemed easier to use that then compose a whole post to repeat what someone else has said. BTW I really like the rubber cement for creating tablets of all kinds and sizes.
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