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Old 12-04-2006, 08:01 AM   #1  
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Question Help with 2x2 tile glue removal

I have a square of 2x2 tiles that I want to stamp on, but can't seem to find a good way to get the glue off the edges. Any hints, tips, secrets? TIA!
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If you are tlking the stuff that connects the tiles into sheets, I cut it off using my craft/rubber sissors. I cut right against the tile. I don't scrape or cut off the stuff adheard to the back but you don't see it when you finish it off with a backing. I use my 2X2's for magnets so it is not in my way on the back.
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I've used an xzacto knife to cut from edges and back of tiles. The xzacto blade allows you to shave the glue almost off the tile. Guard your fingers and cut away.
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