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Old 06-08-2014, 12:09 AM
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Cricut ladies, you do know using anything kind of spray to re-stick your mats is a void of any and all warranties with your cricut machines. The adhesive sprays can damage the inner parts of your machines. Thats why I only use baby wipes, and they do work. I know some say that the mats are too expensive to replace, but 2 mats for $10 isn't that bad. The Scan N Cut just cost me 19.99 for 1 mat. I'd rather buy cricut mats any time.

Mary
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