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Old 02-20-2005, 06:51 PM   #1
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I made a mistake with a batch of swap cards on which I have used Mono (Oh yes, the permanent kind). Is there a good way to unstick it?

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I have had great success with heating the back side with my heat tool, it just peels up quite easily without tearing anything. They still stay sticky though.......

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Couldn't live without my undo adhesive remover!. It even allows you to reuse things you "undo" like stickers, etc. It's a great product and safe to use on photos, CS and many other things. You can find it just about everywhere these days.
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Yep, I am a firm believer in the *Undo* but I also take the backing from like the sticky dots or photo tabs and with a piece wide enough to grasp both sides, you can usually side it in between the layers and it will pop off since that backing is usually smooth and slippery. Hope it works for you, the best is definately Undo though.
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