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Old 09-18-2006, 09:27 AM   #1
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Default Opinions on Wall Lenk Cordless Heat Tool..

http://www.worldsbestembossingtool.com/

I just bought and wonder what you all think. Pros and Cons. Thanks
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Sounds like a neat product. Please give us a review after you use it. I would be interested in using that product with polyshrink, since using a normal heat tool blows the polyshrink around.
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Check out EllenH's blog--she loves hers!

http://ellenhutson.typepad.com/ellen...ade/index.html
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Her post on the heat tool is near the bottom of the page I sent the link to.
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I know she has one, I wondered what other people thought.
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I have one of these, but to be honest I don't get on with it. To me it does not get hot enough to melt the powder, I have not tried it with Shrink Plastic tho.

I think I am to used to the trusty old plug in Heat Gun that I have.

Maybe you could borrow one from a fellow stamper to see if you like it?

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