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try a few things, get a corner and pull away at a slow 45 degree angle, if that doesn't work try a safety pin or something small like that and poke it through it will let out the air, then get something like a credit card or ruler and slide it across to push out the air and lay down the paper also try to get yourself an ink roller to smooth things out after you lay it down.
try a few things, get a corner and pull away at a slow 45 degree angle, if that doesn't work try a safety pin or something small like that and poke it through it will let out the air, also try to get yourself an ink roller to smooth things out after you lay it down.
tried it but eventually got air pockets underneath drawing and adhesion surface, because i didn't allow proper drying time for adhesive to become tacky before the joining process (plus it was sunny and hot outside). My question; is there a way smooth out air pockets after the initial process! (I used paper to mount on glass) *used lepage Multi-purpose spray adhesive :(
I have a question. I would like to make a sign that is 32" x 60". Would I still only use 3 hinges or still use two? Also, is particle board still my best bet or should I use plywood? Thanks.
Would this be a good option for mounting some canvas on to a piece of wood to use for painting? It needs to be strong enough to keep the canvas from "scooting" around on the board with heavy brush strokes, while at the same time not being so chemically harsh to effect the paint.I've looked at this as well as Elmer's Craft Bond and some Krylon. I think the Elmer's was the only one that touted "acid-free", even the heavy duty version.
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