A week ago, I was sent some Tombow craft glue. Tombow craft glue is an all-purpose adhesive tape that can be used for a variety of projects. It’s excellent for scrapbooking, paper crafts and more.
The glue comes in a small tape dispenser that easily fits in the palm of your hand. When you’re ready to use it, you flip down the lid/flap on the end of the dispenser. Then you firmly press down and move it in the direction/area you want the tape to be. You need to make sure that you are using it on a flat surface and that you’re applying even pressure. If you let up on it at all, the tape won’t transfer down and you will get gaps. It’s pretty similar to White-Out tape or pens.
The tape holds up pretty well. The adhesive is strong, but you can still pull something up if you need to reposition it. I was also to peel and re-stick folded paper multiple times. If you needed to leave a note on your door that you would be able to pull back off later, this would be perfect. I intend to put it to good use on Hannah’s picture board to put up her photos.
Overall, this is quite the handy product. You can use if for lots of crafts and other stuff. Best of all, it is really cheap. The dispenser costs $3.43 (+ shipping) and the refills only cost $1.78 (+ shipping). The shipping is pretty good too. Shipping on orders up to $60 costs $7.95, and orders over $60 are shipped for free. You can’t beat that. For more info or to order, you can visit the Tombow site.
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