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Thread: non slip rulers

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    Member sand344's Avatar
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    does anyone know where to acquire non slip product for rulers other than invisigrip

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    I put little pieces of sandpaper on the back of my rulers.

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    Super Member AliKat's Avatar
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    OK, you want non-slip products.

    Sandpaper dots available at Joann's & Michaels [sometimes] and LQS's. Remember to place them nonsymmetricly

    Invisigrip is also available at Joann's and LQS's.

    True Cut TrueGrips.

    Make your own dots with rubber cement, making sure to let them dry before using.

    Hope this helps. I expect there are several more choices.

    ali

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    I use sandpaper hijack scraps of hubby's! Heard u can use dots of glue from hot glue gun too!!

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    Super Member lalaland's Avatar
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    I use the sandpaper dots, got them at the local hardware store.

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    There was a hint on board not long ago about using rubber cement on the back of rulers. I tried it and it works better than anything I have tried before. I did and X on back first , then around sides. Let dry 30 minutes. I think you will be very happy with results.
    I would like to personally thank whomever(?) put it on here but don't know who it was.

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