Make a Hot Glue Pads for Your Stuff!

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Intro: Make a Hot Glue Pads for Your Stuff!

If your box, phone, MP4 or other stuff is slipping make it more grippy using my pads!
You can add the pads to everything!
Try it!

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Step 1: What Do We Need?


You will need:
-Hot glue gun with glue
-two pieces of thin foil
-Utility knife

Step 2: Make You Glue Gun HOT!


Make your glue gun realy hot and put some glue on the one piece of  foil.
Be sure to don't make any bubbles in glue .
I unfortunately make some.

Step 3: Second Foil.


Put the second foil on the hot glue.
Make sure the glue is still hot.
You can put on this a small heavy box and wait to the glue get cold.
You alredy finish.

Step 4: Glue Pad


Separate the foil and the glue. You should get something like a rubber pad.
You can cut it to the small square shape.
Your pads is ready to use.

Step 5: Finished!


You finished!

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    14 Discussions

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    zain31

    2 years ago

    very good gob .

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    colhoo

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Umm, you will have to make sure your items do not sit near any radiator or other heat source or the glue will melt!!

    Think I would prefer to stick on small pads or place items on non slip grip mat instead.

    Nice try.

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    holymoses

    3 years ago on Introduction

    ...or you just take the gluestick and cut it in slices...

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    Imetomi

    3 years ago

    Wow! This is very cheap and useful.

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    FrozenIce

    6 years ago on Step 5

    HAHA! i like it :) 5* and wouldnt it be better if u add some sort of pattern or tread so that it would have more grip??

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    sgsidekick

    7 years ago on Introduction

    You say you are using thin foil, yet it looks like thin plastic. Foil I know isn't see-thru. Is there more than one kind of foil? Please help me understand. I like this idea, and wonder why I didn't think of it! lol

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    kondzio29sgsidekick

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    So... You can use two pieces of Plexiglas oiled.
    Then glue does not stick to it.

    In Poland we say: thin foil but its actually thin plastic