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Old 09-03-2010, 08:10 AM   #1  
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For quite a while now I have ditched my clumsy ATG gun, and I've been using Aleene's Quick Dry Tacky Glue for just about everything! This stuff is amazing! It dries super fast and does not wrinkle your paper! I even use it to adhere thin dp to cardstock. It's way easier and cheaper than the glue guns. Give this stuff a try! You won't regret it!
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Okay I will! thanks for the tip.
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I've been meaning to try this as well, and I had it in my hands last night at Michaels, but I put it back. I have so many bottles of glue, that I want to use up first. This will be on my list to try next though.
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Aleene's products are top notch and usually the price is reasonable.

Not sure I'd be able to hang up my ATG gun though...lol
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As someone who gets to add tools on a severely limited basis I haven't yet had the pleasure of getting the ATG gun (though I've had it perpeptually on my eBay watch list for just shy of a year), so I will very happily and gratefully give this glue a try. Thanks for putting it out there!
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My mom's been using that glue for years... So I do now as well! Can't beat the price!
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That's been my go-to adhesive for the last 5 years - I bulk buy it . I know so many people prefer dry adhesives, but I'd be lost without my tacky glue.
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Yeah, Aleene's glues are very good. I think the reason the quick dry formula works so well, is because it has so little water in it (if any) to wrinkle the paper as it dries. The regular Tacky glue doesn't work quite the same.
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