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Re: [BKARTS] Xyron Machine Feedback?



I have had good success removing these little bits of Xyron
adhesive by gently rubbing the spot with a piece of cling
wrap - Saran or otherwise - the stuff you probably have in
your kitchen.

Peggy

> We've used Xyron for various bits and pieces of books and
> other projects, with great success. My only gripe with it
> is that, on ours at least, there is often a thin layer of
> adhesive that sneaks out along the edges of the component
> that's received the adhesive. I solved this by running an
> eraser along all exposed edges before placement--the kind
> of eraser you might use to remove the occasional
> accidental drip of PVA. I haven't the foggiest what this
> eraser is called, and if anyone does, let us know... I
> could really use a new one! It's square (about 1.5" on all
> sides) and kind of nubby, and is not the kind of eraser
> that erases pencil marks. Any one?
>
> John
>
> Convivio Bookworks
> John Cutrone & Seth Thompson, proprietors
> Lake Worth, Florida
> http://www.conviviobookworks.com
>
> ps. The folks on the Convivio Bookworks mailing list
> already know this, but our road tour of book and printing
> establishments had to be cancelled. Well, postponed,
> actually. We'll be setting out in mid-July now on the
> improved version of the tour, which may just include your
> town. We'll make a proper announcement as the time
> approaches.
>
>
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