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Armado's Stick-n-Peel glue.....


From: Sharon Henneborn (heneborn_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Mar 28 2002 - 14:27:27 PST

Bunki, I was trying to remember how I did that. I knew I had made
little dots somehow and peeled and reapplied. Now I remember. I
used the paper that backs the contact paper. Overhead paper would be
much better and easier to get. The glue is good and can be used over
and over again for years and years. I have some at least 10 years on
the back of prints. Just put paper on the back to cover and take it
off to pop on the wall. I prefer to have the dots on the removable
From: "Bunki Kramer" <>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
Subject: Stick-n-Peel glue.....
Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2002, 10:05 PM
From: Sharon Henneborn <>
Harry from Armada has had this product for a very long time so it is
tried and true. I used it years ago. Test it before you use it
because it can be very permanent on what ever it is applied to wet.
When it has dried it will stick well and then peel off.
This was the glue I saw....found it tonight in my suitcase. I've not
see it before so it is "new" to me. When he demonstrated it, he showed
me how he put two little dabs on the top corners of the back of the
drawing and let dry. It becomes very tacky and permanent. When you
take down the drawing from the wall, you can cut out two little pieces
of paper and put over the tacky glue area on the drawing so the kids
can take them home....then they are all ready to re-hang when they get

He also demo-ed how you can make little dots of glue on an overhead
sheet and let dry. When dry you can pull them off and use these dots
to stick paper to wall. This way it isn't permanently on the paper OR
wall and can be removed for another drawing.

I'm going to try my sample next week and see how it works.