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Stick Away & Stick and Spray
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Stick Away & Stick and Spray

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The perfect duo! You’ll get two of these magical sprays that you’ll wonder how you lived without! Together they’re perfect for resurfacing die cutting mats–use Stick Away to remove any leftover adhesive and then spray a thin layer of Stick & Spray to make the mat as good as new! The Stick & Spray is perfect for resurfacing die-cutting mats. To make anything repositionable, simply spray the back of the item, let dry for 2 minutes and then stick. When you are ready to remove the item, just peel it off with no mess! Stick Away is a multi-purpose cleaner that is great for safely removing glue and varnish from most surfaces and is ideal for removing overspray during crafting activities.
You’ll get:
• Stick & Spray (link)
• Stick Away (link)

Part number: 5109274

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Comment I LOVE this set of sprays! I needed to cut lots of letters from glitter paper--the kind that sheds a bit. the pad was brand new but stopped sticking after 5 passes. I cleaned off glue and glitter with the Stick Away and then applied the Stick and Spray. Because of the glitter I had to repeat this process 3 more times of 5 passes each before everything was cut out. Since I only had one other cutting mat with me, I would never have finished, not to mention how much they cost. worth every penny. Will definitely rebuy when it runs out.
Submitted Tuesday, September 24th @ 01:19 AM

Comment This process of cleaning your mat and 're-sticking' is absolutely great. I used it on several of my old Cricut mats,(only if machine is out of warranty), and they stick like new. It is almost 6 weeks ago, with last minute Christmas cuts, and it is still sticking. This will save on my crafting budget!!
Submitted Saturday, January 5th @ 10:22 PM