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Subject: As above, can't remove the glue entirely. You could make patches of outlined crystals and sew them on to cover any glue damage. Or use small crystals to cover the damage.


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depending on design of course.
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Date Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 12:55:13pm
In reply to: Trish Christie 's message, "Remove Crystals" on Wednesday, May 11, 03:10:48am


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Can you put some pointing the other direction as well then you will have 2 rows of crystals and more density maybe it wont look so bad (NT)dmThursday, May 12, 12:02:01am


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