Scotch Restickable Glue Stick

0.26 oz Size - 1 Stick - Clear  - View Complete Details

Product Number: MMM6307

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Scotch Restickable Glue Stick - From the makers of Post-it® Notes, this glue stick makes paper self-sticking, removable and repositionable. Attaches paper to paper and other materials including metal, glass, wood and foam core. Ideal for presentations and creating message boards. Dries clear and wrinkle-free. Washable.

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5.0

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5.0

Get it straight

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from North East, MD

Comments about Scotch Restickable Glue Stick:

I like to use this when I am scrap booking. I never seem to get it straight the first time. This keeps me from ruining many projects

 
5.0

Restickable glue for quilting

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from Carmichael, CA

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Pros

  • Dries Quickly
  • Easy Application

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Paper Quilt Templates

    Comments about Scotch Restickable Glue Stick:

    I use this product on my quilt pattern templates. It sticks to the paper and the fabric allowing me to cut out accurate fabric shapes. I can easily peel the template away without fraying the fabric edges. I like how the glue stays on the paper and does not transfer to the fabric when I peel the template away. The glue stays tacky allowing many repeat uses.
    It does not adhere well enough to stick fabric to fabric. Use a water soluble glue for that.

    • Primary use:
    • Business
     
    5.0

    THE ONLY EFFECTIVE GLUE STICK FOR ME

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    from Kingwood, TX.

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    Pros

    • A GLUE STICK WE CAN TRUST
    • Dries Quickly
    • Easy Application
    • Very Adhesive
    • Works On All Surfaces

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      Best Uses

        Comments about Scotch Restickable Glue Stick:

        I have been pasting Newspaper articles that I was interested in on 4900 11"x14.25" plain paper sheets and printed them, reduced to 8.5"x 11" format for my own records,using Scotch Restickable Glue sticks. I am very pleased with the product.

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          I want to adhere temporarily large sheets of meat wrapping paper to window glass for art purposes. For adverse weather resistance I want to use the type of meat wrapping paper that has a plastic coating on one side. The coated side is the side that needs to go against the glass. It would be ideal if the bond would last 2 to 3 months and then be able to be removed without damage to glass and hopefully not leave a heavy hard to remove adhesive residue. Would this product work for my needs or can you suggest something that would work?
          Asked on 3/7/2013 by tearick from Montana

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          can I use it in a window to hang a sign..how long would the glue hold up
          Asked on 7/20/2012 by na from kokomo, indiana

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          is this acid free, for use in scrapbooking and such?
          Asked on 3/17/2012 by jc from Michigan

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