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Old 07-27-2006, 01:23 PM   #41  
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I finally bought some of this stuff because of all kudos for it here. Yes, I like it, but the bottle I bought has two caps, one narrow and one broad. And lots of the glue is dried up in the bottom cap. So, I wonder, did I get a bum bottle or are all like that?
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Does anyone know if this super glue is available in Canada? You have me intrigued and now want to go try it.
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I finally bought some of this stuff because of all kudos for it here. Yes, I like it, but the bottle I bought has two caps, one narrow and one broad. And lots of the glue is dried up in the bottom cap. So, I wonder, did I get a bum bottle or are all like that?

Sounds like you did get a bum bottle.

Something I have learn just in the past few days.
Is to lay the bottle on it's side.......The glue will come out of the bottle better.
At least it works for me.
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Sounds like you did get a bum bottle.

Something I have learn just in the past few days.
Is to lay the bottle on it's side.......The glue will come out of the bottle better.
At least it works for me.

That's what I do too. I mostly use the fine tip (I think I've used the wide tip once and I don't like doing it that way) so I don't care if th eother gets gummed up - altho it's never happened to me.
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So does it dry flexible or hard as a rock? and how long does it take to dry?

I got a swap at convention that was seriously hard as a rock... I'm sure she used some sort of liquid glue... I thought it was so icky! Such a shame on SUCH a cute card!
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Well I found some (to my surprise since I dont live in a very big city) and I havent decided yet if I "love" it. I do know for certain that me and the broad side dont get along very well...LOL
But I'm sure once I get the hang of how much pressure I really need to get the glue out, I'll love it as much as you guys all do...
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I ordered this glue from scrapbookpal.com on the 26th and it arrived on the
29th! Boy was I excited! I can't wait to try it and I am so impressed with the quick service.
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Well I found some (to my surprise since I dont live in a very big city) and I havent decided yet if I "love" it. I do know for certain that me and the broad side dont get along very well...LOL
But I'm sure once I get the hang of how much pressure I really need to get the glue out, I'll love it as much as you guys all do...
How much did you pay for it if you don't mind me asking??
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I just paid $2.99 That seems to be the standard with about a 10 to 20 cent difference, up and down.

If you happen to live in a state that has Meijer Stores (MI, OH, KY, IN, IL and I think a couple others), they now carry the Mono Multi in the craft/scrapbooking section. At least mine does. It wasn't there about a month ago and now it is! How great is that? Not only can I sneak in a couple of Stickles when grocery shopping, I can now sneak in my adhesive too!! LOL

I so love this stuff - of course heard about it on SCS. I just put together a bunch of cards for a swap. I did the whole thing - layers, embelishments, etc - in Mono Multi. They are not hard IMO. It was really quick and I had just enough time to "squish" them into alignment so they were straight. I love it for that reason alone.

Keep playing with it, I think you'll fall in love with it too.

PS - I always lay mine on its side so I can easily use either end and keep a baby wipe or wet cloth near by to wipe the tip off on so I'm laying down nice dots of glue vs gunk. And a little goes a long way!
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Mono Multi sounds great. How does it compare to Perfect Paper Adhesive? I bought a big bottle of PPA to do the Northern Lights technique (they were out of the small bottles in the matte). I think I'll try it in place of my tape runner. Those tape runners drive me crazy...jamming up, coming off in this humid climate, and running out more frequently than I'd like.
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So does it dry flexible or hard as a rock? and how long does it take to dry?

I got a swap at convention that was seriously hard as a rock... I'm sure she used some sort of liquid glue... I thought it was so icky! Such a shame on SUCH a cute card!
I have use some of it on my cards. And it dry pretty fast and clear.
It doesn't make your cards Stiff.
The Glue is kind rubbery... At least it like that when I clean the tip off the bottle.

It works great of Embellishments and Ribbon.
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I looked up Mono Multi on the Regina and Edmonton Office Depot sites and they don't list it, just Mono Aqua.
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I looked up Mono Multi on the Regina and Edmonton Office Depot sites and they don't list it, just Mono Aqua.
I don't think Office Depot carries it on-line in the states either. I do the office supply ordering for my company and anything we want personally, we can order at our discount then just pay the company. I can't order it on-line either. Just the evil Aqua. I have seen it in the stores, but not all locations. I'm really hoping they add it to their next catalog as anything in the catty is available on-line.
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How much did you pay for it if you don't mind me asking??
Keeping in mind that I am in Canada...I paid 4.99 plus tax.
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Keeping in mind that I am in Canada...I paid 4.99 plus tax.
Ouch! I ordered from http://www.scrapbookpal.com/Store/Pr...roductid=52190 and theirs are 1.99 ea (US) and I ordered 10 and paid $6 shipping - alltogether in canadian it was approx 33.50 ao like $3.35 each.
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QUOTE=deb_loves_stamping]Toad, I havent been able to find it anywhere here (Winnipeg), although I have seen it on Canadian websites to be ordered. I have been ordering from www.franticstamper.com in the US though ... I've now gone to every scrapbook store/stamping store in Winnipeg and surrounding areas and no such glue, although they carry the other kinds of glue that they make. Ticks me off, I would love to buy locally![/QUOTE]
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I got two bottles of mono multi from Gales for $2.95 each. I searched on the office depot website in the postal code I used to live in, where i bougth the multi before, and it was no longer being carried there.
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I am using Zig-2 way glue (in the blue pen) and sometimes find that it does not hold all the layers down. I have also used the glue runners, but they run out really fast. After reading all the comments about Mono Multi Glue, I went on a search to find it in a local store. (Burlington, Ontario). I did not find Mono Multi glue but found Mono Agua Liquid Glue at Office Depot for $1.99 plus tax. The package says it is a permanent glue. It has dual applicators, one small and one large. Has any one used this product? Is it the same or similar to the multi glue? Should I keep looking?
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I am using Zig-2 way glue (in the blue pen) and sometimes find that it does not hold all the layers down. I have also used the glue runners, but they run out really fast. After reading all the comments about Mono Multi Glue, I went on a search to find it in a local store. (Burlington, Ontario). I did not find Mono Multi glue but found Mono Agua Liquid Glue at Office Depot for $1.99 plus tax. The package says it is a permanent glue. It has dual applicators, one small and one large. Has any one used this product? Is it the same or similar to the multi glue? Should I keep looking?
Keep looking!!! Not the same at all. It will make your paper buckle. I have two bottles that I never use - I'll gladly send you one if you want to "try it before you buy it". If you want it, pm me and I'll dump it right into the mail for you.
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Well I just placed an order because of all the wonderful reviews here. I can't wait for it to come!!
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I have searched everywhere...even let "my fingers do the walking" and can't find anyone locally who carries it (Jacksonville, FL area). So I ordered on line. I checked a number of the vendors that Tombow lists on their website and most are sellling for over $3 each. So I followed the suggestions posted here and checked out www.penwa.com ($2 plus ove $7 for shipping for 2 bottles) and ScrapbookPal.com ($1.99 ea and only $3.85 shipping for two). Needless to say, I ordered from ScrapbookPal.com
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You need to buy by the case to make it worthwhile through www.penwa.com. I buy the case and then I don't need any for quite some time!
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Thank you Barbara for kind offer. As it happens this morning when when I returned the Mono Aqua glue to the Office Depot store, I decided to check the store shelf one more time. And there beside the Aqua glue, was the Mono Multi Glue. I don't know how I missed it yesterday. It was $2.99 plus tax. To Deb in Winnipeg - try Office Depot or Staples (Business Depot) if you have either of these stores.
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Grannykat, my hubby and I were just lauging at your signature, how cute is that! My dear hubby now knows why our house is never real clean either! Too cute.
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I just saw this, wanted to bump it up for everyone to see, I am very interested in trying Mono!!! TFS
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I just had to say that I found some cards I did last December that were put together with with Tombow tape glue and they have fallen apart totally. I was thinking I know some of my relatives keep the cards I make and if they have fallen apart - how sad.
So I am excited to start using Mono Multi!
What is the difference between the white glue and the clear glue?
I got 1 of each but haven't tried the clear one yet.
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I just had to say that I found some cards I did last December that were put together with with Tombow tape glue and they have fallen apart totally. I was thinking I know some of my relatives keep the cards I make and if they have fallen apart - how sad.
So I am excited to start using Mono Multi!
What is the difference between the white glue and the clear glue?
I got 1 of each but haven't tried the clear one yet.
The clear, which is Mono Aqua, is okay for embellishments, but it will buckle and warp your paper. Ruined a couple of Easter cards with it. I've been using the Mono Multi on all my cards lately. For layers, embellishments, diecuts, beads, etc. One glue for all and it sticks like crazy. You only need a thin line or a couple of dots and it holds. One thing I like is you have a very small time frame to "smoosh" your layer into place if you are a little off center. I didn't use the MM much at first, but the more I use it, the more I love it. I leave it sitting on its side right on my stamping table, ready at all times and when on its side, I seem to have more control over the flow.

Oh, and it even keeps the tongue of my fav pair of shoes down - it was driving me crazy, the MM was right there, so.... 4 months of almost daily wear and still holding!!
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I love, love, love my Mono Multi and will never, ever go back to anything else. I was using Mono Adhesive (SNAIL) and beefing it up with little pieces of O So Sticky Strip in the corners. Time consuming, expensive and no chance to reposition anything (thanks to O So Sticky). Multi gives me a few seconds to get my layers placed just right and then it sticks forever! BUT, I noticed this today (and posted on another thread) that it contains Latex and there is a warning on the package that if you are allergic to Latex you should not use it. I'm glad I'm not allergic to Latex but if you are this is not the glue for you ...
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Thank you for the warning, TJStamper! I have a mild reaction to latex and have had no issues with Mono Multi to date.
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The clear, which is Mono Aqua, is okay for embellishments, but it will buckle and warp your paper. Ruined a couple of Easter cards with it. I've been using the Mono Multi on all my cards lately. For layers, embellishments, diecuts, beads, etc. One glue for all and it sticks like crazy. You only need a thin line or a couple of dots and it holds. One thing I like is you have a very small time frame to "smoosh" your layer into place if you are a little off center. I didn't use the MM much at first, but the more I use it, the more I love it. I leave it sitting on its side right on my stamping table, ready at all times and when on its side, I seem to have more control over the flow.

Oh, and it even keeps the tongue of my fav pair of shoes down - it was driving me crazy, the MM was right there, so.... 4 months of almost daily wear and still holding!!

I too love the mono multi...For the same reason.
It just take a little bit and goes a long way.

I try the mono aqua and hated it this stuff make my cards look like I sat on them.

The Mono Multi glue is awesome for atttaching just about anything.
I have try it on my shoes yet. but I might.
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I tired my new Mono Multi glue yesterday for the first time. Reminded me of gluing in school. I found out that a little bit seems to go a long way. I soon realized that I had too be very careful near the edges not to put too much glue as it wouls smoosh outwards. I put a very thin line of glue under some chocolate brown ribbon and still today the ribbon is darker where the glue line is. I guess I only need little tiny dots to glue ribbon on? Also, on another card, I glued a stamped picture that I had covered with SU Crystal Clear on over the whole picture and put an X on the back with the glue. A day later, I can still see the x under the picture. I used Michael' s paper, so I am not sure if it was the paper or the glue or if this would happen with SU paper. So far I am not totally sold, but will keep experimenting. It may be just a case of getting use to liquid glue vs the zig pen or a tape runner.
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I tried my new Mono Multi glue yesterday for the first time. Reminded me of gluing in school. I found out that a little bit seems to go a long way. I soon realized that I had too be very careful near the edges not to put too much glue as it woulds smoosh outwards. I put a very thin line of glue under some chocolate brown ribbon and still late today the ribbon is darker where the glue line is. I guess I only need little tiny dots to glue ribbon on? Also, on another card, I glued a stamped picture that I had covered with SU Crystal Clear on over the whole picture and put an X on the back with the glue. A day later, I can still see the x under the picture. I used Michael' s paper, so I am not sure if it was the paper or the glue or if this would happen with SU paper. So far I am not totally sold, but will keep experimenting. It may be just a case of getting use to liquid glue vs the zig pen or a tape runner.
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with mono multi, less is best! And I don't use it on ribbon due to the discoloring issues I have had with it. I don't know what Crystal Clear is? I don't have any problem with it showing through stampin' up paper at all. Hope this helps!
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Crystal Clear is a clear embossing powder from Stamping Up. Gives the paper a nice shiny finish.
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Old 08-14-2006, 02:11 PM   #75  
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Y'know, when I started scrapping over seven years ago, I used this all the time. Folks made fun of me. Now it is all the rage.


Go figure!
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Old 08-14-2006, 02:14 PM   #76  
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I am also addicted to the mono multi. And as has been mentioned, it is permanent. Has anyone tried UnDo to reposition items?
You can get stuff apart with undu, but it will leave a mark. (at least this has been my experience.

Also, I kept an old diaper pin near by to pick out the glue boogers if it sat too long. The last 1/4 of a bottle I would keep it pointy tip down in a cup to make it easier to use.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:24 PM   #77  
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Also, I kept an old diaper pin near by to pick out the glue boogers if it sat too long.
ROFL That is hilarious!

I also found out the hard way not to use Multi with ribbon. But, it is still my glue of choice for everything else!
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Old 08-19-2006, 04:54 AM   #78  
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SCS is so expensive for me! But I'll try it, and maybe I can stop using my bezillion mono dispensers.
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Heck, maybe this tip could even SAVE me money?! I'm thinking I need it now!
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wow never knew what this was until now.I am always using cheap glue sticks.I guess I need to go and get some of this.Has anyone found this at Micheals or staples,office max by chance and if so what is the price.how many ounces.
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