Subject: Streuter Technologies: Liquid Fusing Adhesive
What can I use to clean up tools and my hands when I get the No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive on them?
|No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive|
The liquid fusing adhesive is sticky stuff! When you're done using it, you can use vegetable oil or petroleum jelly to help get the adhesive off of your hands and tools, then wash with soap and warm water. If there is still a residue, acetone (nail polish remover) will help get rid of it.
Hope that helps:)Carrie
|Hi, there! Carrie, here...|
Not only do I travel the country teaching folks how to use No Days adhesives (and other techniques), but I also answer customer support emails about using No Days. So, if you're having an issue with the adhesives, chances are good that I'll be answering your questions!
Since I get so many good questions, I thought it might be a great learning opportunity for people that may be having some of the same issues but haven't thought to email us. Don't worry, I'll keep the emails anonymous!
Also, don't forget that we've got a lot of really fabulous videos (I put those together, too...) on our YouTube channel. So for those of you who are visual learners (umm...we're visual artists, right?), you may want to check them out!
If you've got questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.