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Subject: Glue for Swarovski Crystals


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Date Posted: Monday, February 15, 06:03:12am

Hi There

I'm trying to help out a friend save some money by blinging her own costume and buckles.

Can you guys let me know which glue you recommend for fabric and which would probably work best on buckles?

I'm worried about using the E6000 because it is toxic. Do I need to be worried about breathing in the vapours too much or just make sure I don't get it on my skin.

If we were to also go down the path of blinging her own socks do you know what size crystals we should buy and is there a "type" of swarovski to use on socks.

Sorry for so many questions . I'm trying to be a good friend but I'm worried I'm in way over my head

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InsidehthMonday, February 15, 07:18:07am

For dresses I like GemTac glue. It doesn't dry as quickly as the E6000 but you can breathe safely while working on it. (NT)MeMonday, February 15, 10:31:20am

All data for perchloroethylene and cancer risk comes from the dry cleaning industry where workers are exposed to massive amounts of perc.Jessica HeppleThursday, February 18, 11:09:36am

Glue ss20-sized crystals to stretched sock. Easy, but not cheaper than locally bought. (NT)Fellow AussieTuesday, February 23, 10:45:24pm


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