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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Jan View Post
    Crafters companion stick and spray it’s a temporary adhesive ,(not to be confused with stick and stay which is permanent )

    I use it on my cricut cutting mats when the sticky has worn off
    And when using the old style stamps that had no backing on works a treat with the acrylic blocks
    That was the stuff I was thinking of. Think I have both lurking in a box. Yup, I do know which box, just can't be bothered to drag everything off the top of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitzi View Post
    Lots of ways to skin a cat.
    Da poor liddle puddy. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet School Fan View Post
    I vaguely remember Pritt stick was a possibility as it wouldn't set firm with rubber or plastic.
    That's what I use too. Does the job and easy to wash off afterwards. Even strong double sided tape will work too.

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