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Thread: make your own flip flops

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    I have made these, but I will say that hot glue doesn't work as well/last as long as glue that it made for rubber :wink: :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I have made these, but I will say that hot glue doesn't work as well/last as long as glue that it made for rubber :wink: :D:D:D
    Thanks for the hint. I may make some for the grand daughters one day.

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    Sounds like a neat idea. It also made me wonder about those 5 or 6 extra mouse pads that I have been trying to get up enough nerve to toss out. I wonder if I could cut out a double flip flop, cut holes in the top one, rubber glue a strip into the holes between layers. That might make flip flops strong enough to wear out in hot beach sands or back yard gardening, complete with messy water hoses.

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    thanks., looks interesting

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