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Old 02-25-2008, 09:55 PM   #1
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Okay so I haven't jumped on the Rub-on bandwagon but I was curious I see alot of beautiful things made that have Rub-ons on them like glass jars etc.. Will they wash off when the jar is cleaned??? Is there a sealant that can be used on them after they're applied to glass???

And were are some other places that sell Rub-ons besides the obvious like SU, Michaels and Joann's????
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I think they would wash off glass and eventually "rub off" other non porous surfaces, but I'm not 100% sure. I would think that some sort of sealant would help. I feel they are mostly for papercrafting. They sell them at Archiver's ( nice selection) and almost every lss that I have been to have them. Lots available on line too. Have fun.
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I have been having fun with the rub ons. Love them for the quick little words to put on a card.
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I tried one on a coffee mug. DH accidentally put it in the dishwasher. Now I have a blank mug again.
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Every scrapbook manufacturer basically makes rub-ons. You can find them at all scrapbook supply places. But I don't think they are washable.
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I didn't think so BUT since I don;'t own any and haven't used them I wasn't sure!!

I was gonna try Michaels and see what they have!!!
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Okay so I haven't jumped on the Rub-on bandwagon but I was curious I see alot of beautiful things made that have Rub-ons on them like glass jars etc.. Will they wash off when the jar is cleaned??? Is there a sealant that can be used on them after they're applied to glass???

And were are some other places that sell Rub-ons besides the obvious like SU, Michaels and Joann's????
I'm not sure about glass but I love them for mini albums or brag books. I have made several books that I couldn't add any embelishing to with out the book being too thick and not laying nicely. By using rub ons I could embelish my pages and keep them laying flat. I got more variety of images and a more classic look than I could have gotten with stamps or stickers and I only used one pack of rub ons per 10 page book.
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I'm not sure about sticking to glass, but I've been putting them on blown out eggs for Easter. I found green eggs to put the white rub ons on, looks elegant.
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The images are delicate, and will come off easily if washed or played with. Keep your glass and object creations to things that are for decoration only! Picture frames are perfect
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Thank you ladies for all your info!!!
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What about Oriental Trading? I'd think they'd have some...
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So, if you wanted to do something similar, but be able to use/wash the item, like a mug, would Lazertran be more appropriate?
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So, if you wanted to do something similar, but be able to use/wash the item, like a mug, would Lazertran be more appropriate?

Is that a trick question?????? lol I'm gonna have to play dumb here since I have never heard of Lazertran!!!

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Is that a trick question?????? lol I'm gonna have to play dumb here since I have never heard of Lazertran!!!

Pleeeaaazzzzeeeee explainy to me!!

LOL! Lazertran (also the company name) is a water-slide transfer film/paper/medium. I think I would hafta take a class to learn how to use it, because I've read articles on it in the past, and, didn't even wanna try it, because it seemed so complicated--well, and at that time, kind of expensive for someone like me who wouldn't know what to do with it even if she got her some!

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. . . Please note that Lazertran is not a glaze, or on glaze colours as Lazertran uses toners to provide the colours and not ceramic oxides. The colours sit on the surface of glazed ceramics, metal and glass and are not fused into them. Because of this they will scratch off and are not suitable for flatware that is going to be used in the household. I believe there are acrylic coatings available for ceramics that can be applied over the Lazertran decal but I have not used them.
Will not worky for a mug, then. ETA: I mean, a usable mug that would be handled quite a bit, washed frequently, etc., not a purely decorative one.

But, at least you know this, and can make a decision whether or not to buy it anyway.
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I put rub ons on a plastic goblet and put it in the dishwasher and the rub on didnt come off. I would assume with normal wear and tear it would eventually rub off.
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LOL! Lazertran (also the company name) is a water-slide transfer film/paper/medium. I think I would hafta take a class to learn how to use it, because I've read articles on it in the past, and, didn't even wanna try it, because it seemed so complicated--well, and at that time, kind of expensive for someone like me who wouldn't know what to do with it even if she got her some!

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Will not worky for a mug, then. ETA: I mean, a usable mug that would be handled quite a bit, washed frequently, etc., not a purely decorative one.

But, at least you know this, and can make a decision whether or not to buy it anyway.
Thanks Your HRR I think I'll pass on this I too would probably buy it and it will sit on the table and collect dust!!! lol
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Thanks Your HRR I think I'll pass on this I too would probably buy it and it will sit on the table and collect dust!!! lol
I just hate when that happens . . .

Dust, I mean.
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Is there a sealant that can be used on them after they're applied to glass???
Here's a partial report on sealing rub ons. I tried using a rub-on on a glass votive holder then I carefully went on top of it with CE. Then I let it dry.

The good news... the rub on now stays put and can be washed even in the dishwasher!!!

The bad news... the CE leaves a raised clear "bubble" on the surface of the glass.
I tried being very careful and just going around the image it's self with the CE and it still looks good, it's just "raised" if ya kwim!

The next thing I'm going to try is to use a tiny brush to apply the CE and see if I can reduce the 'bubble' effect.
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Here's a partial report on sealing rub ons. I tried using a rub-on on a glass votive holder then I carefully went on top of it with CE. Then I let it dry.

The good news... the rub on now stays put and can be washed even in the dishwasher!!!

The bad news... the CE leaves a raised clear "bubble" on the surface of the glass.
I tried being very careful and just going around the image it's self with the CE and it still looks good, it's just "raised" if ya kwim!

The next thing I'm going to try is to use a tiny brush to apply the CE and see if I can reduce the 'bubble' effect.
Lynn, I've soaked projects I wanted to remove CE from in hot water, and it actually dissolves it away quite thoroughly--I also do this when I want to clear any hardened CE from inside the nozzle . . . I'm glad to hear your experiment worked--it surprised me that it did! But, hey, if it works, it works! COOL! TFS!
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Here's a partial report on sealing rub ons. I tried using a rub-on on a glass votive holder then I carefully went on top of it with CE. Then I let it dry.

The good news... the rub on now stays put and can be washed even in the dishwasher!!!

The bad news... the CE leaves a raised clear "bubble" on the surface of the glass.
I tried being very careful and just going around the image it's self with the CE and it still looks good, it's just "raised" if ya kwim!

The next thing I'm going to try is to use a tiny brush to apply the CE and see if I can reduce the 'bubble' effect.
Okay I'm gonna play dumb again BUT what is CE??? And thanksfor sharing this with me. I have some old votive holders I can play with!!
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I just hate when that happens . . .

Dust, I mean.
Darn dust bunnies
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Okay I'm gonna play dumb again BUT what is CE??? And thanksfor sharing this with me. I have some old votive holders I can play with!!
CE (sorry to not be specific) is "crystal effects" made by SU, there are many kinds. Perhaps mine stayed put bc I used Royal Coat by Plaid on this experiment, I kinda reach for them interchangably. I believe there are other similar products on the market and available at craft stores.

I'll try to post a pic. when I get a chance.
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Okay I'm gonna play dumb again BUT what is CE??? And thanksfor sharing this with me. I have some old votive holders I can play with!!
CE (sorry to not be specific) is "crystal effects" made by SU and it's a clear acrylic medium that is usually used to create a "wet" and glossy covering to things. It also can be used as a glue for hard to glue items.

Also, there are many kinds/brands out there. Perhaps mine stayed on the votive bc I used Royal Coat by Plaid on this experiment (I kinda reach for them interchangeably). I believe there are other similar products on the market and available at craft stores.

I'll try to post a pic when I get a chance!
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My tip....brush a coat or two of Future Floor Polish over the rub on....it dries clear & glossy, and, it works! My S&P shakers are still going (and I hand wash them frequently as they are over my stove top.)
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CE (sorry to not be specific) is "crystal effects" made by SU and it's a clear acrylic medium that is usually used to create a "wet" and glossy covering to things. It also can be used as a glue for hard to glue items.

Also, there are many kinds/brands out there. Perhaps mine stayed on the votive bc I used Royal Coat by Plaid on this experiment (I kinda reach for them interchangeably). I believe there are other similar products on the market and available at craft stores.

I'll try to post a pic when I get a chance!
Thanks for clarifying CE I have that!!! I can't wait to see the pic!!
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My tip....brush a coat or two of Future Floor Polish over the rub on....it dries clear & glossy, and, it works! My S&P shakers are still going (and I hand wash them frequently as they are over my stove top.)
Thanks for the tip!!! I've heard about future floor polish a while ago and forgot all about it!!
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I put rub-ons on glass and they worked just fine. Although my stuff is mainly decorative and not for every day use like a mug that would need to be cleaned frequently. I'll have to try the future treatment--thanks for the tip. I read somewhere that you can gently wipe off the images if they need to be cleaned but now I can't find it (I thought it was on the package). I would definitely not use the dishwasher!
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The one thing that I will add is that I like the Stampin' Up rub ons much better than other brands, and I've tried a lot. I decorated glass ornaments for christmas presents and it wasn't fun. Maybe they would rub off better on paper, but they sure were tricky on glass. I haven't had any problems with SU's on ceramic or glass. They transfer on like buttah.
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If you're an online shopper/bargain hunter you can check Frugalities. Here's a link to their rubons:
http://www.frugalities.com/ProductLi...RubOnTransfers
I've heard good things about Royal & Langnickel, but never tried them.
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I used some of the SU rub ons on my cell phone. I didn't think to put any kind of coating on it, and after about 2 weeks, it rubbed right off. Oh well.
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I've heard good things about Royal & Langnickel, but never tried them.
I use Royal a lot. They are great for non paper items. I have used the on glass and really liked them. They even have some translucent ones. If you use them on paper there is a bit of a learning curve. They work best if you rub the edges as you lift up on the backing starting in one corner. their website is royalbrush.com
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The only time I have used a rub on was a few years ago when I used to build small furniture and I decorated a letter/bill organizer with some. I used a clear matte finish spray over the rub-ons to protect them from wearing off.

Although I have purchased a few rub-ons for stamping/sb projects, I have yet to use them - like so many other things in my craft room - so I can't verify how they stand up on paper.

I was at AC Moore yesterday just poking around seeing what was on sale. In the craft paint department, they sell rub-ons. They are much less expensive than the ones in the scrapbook department (like $2 per sheet instead of $10 per sheet). And although they did have some alphabets, most of the designs are usually bolder because they are meant to be put on furniture, glass, etc. BUT, one thing I did notice while looking through the selection was that they sold a sealer that you could use to coat the rub-ons to protect them from wearing off. This was a bottle of some kind of liquid that was meant to be brushed on. Because I wasn't planning on buying any rub-ons, I didn't look at the bottle to see how it worked or specifically what you could use it on, if it was dishwasher safe..... But, if you are interested and at the big craft store, check it out there.
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I put them on glass candle holders and vases and sealed them with sealant used for flower pots and have also used Modge Podge.
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If you are looking for a product that is dishwasher safe...Stampendous Class A'Peel stickers are.
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I put some on ceramic tiles to make coasters and then sprayed them with Krylon's triple thick glaze, so far so good!
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No, that would have been ******* one of the other sellers who sold current SU merchandise, of which there were many.

I did sell pre-cut paper kits made with Stampin Up paper (which I purchased at retail cost as a customer) and had many SU demonstrators as customers.

Please take care when you accuse others...
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Old 03-12-2008, 10:44 AM   #39
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I haven't read this in all the posts so I would try clear nail polish over the transfer to adhere it that way you can apply it thick or thin.
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Old 03-12-2008, 01:09 PM   #40
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I put rub-ons on glass and they worked just fine. Although my stuff is mainly decorative and not for every day use like a mug that would need to be cleaned frequently. I'll have to try the future treatment--thanks for the tip. I read somewhere that you can gently wipe off the images if they need to be cleaned but now I can't find it (I thought it was on the package). I would definitely not use the dishwasher!
Here are 2 rub-on projects I've posted:
GLASS JARS: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=33656
CERAMIC WATERING CAN: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=33656
Both very cool projects. TFS
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