I wanted to share some ways to show you exactly how I use Aleene’s Tack-It! This Tack-It is basically removable glue! It allows you to put embellishments on garments, and move them from piece to piece effortlessly. If you’re an SLP, instead this lets you use it as a sometimes replacement for hook and loop. The adhesive is also effective on glass, metal, plastic, paper, wood and more. It’s easy to apply so you can get on to the next part of your project.
Put down the velcro, pick up the Aleene’s Tack It! Some of you weren’t sure how to use it, so I made you a quick video tutorial! #affiliate link to get your own bottle: http://amzn.to/2wyWGFf
Based on the follow-up questions, I also wanted to tell you when to use Aleene and when to use hook and loop! I use Aleene for tasks like this one with hundreds of cards to stick to a page and for a product I only use once or twice per year. I also use it for labels around my office! I still use hook and loop for interactive vocabulary books because that keeps the little pieces up above the paper so they can grab the icon. With the tack-it it’s hard to get the laminated paper up! I also use hook and loop for schedules and things that get frequent heavy-duty use!
Put down the velcro, pick up the Aleene's Tack It! Some of you weren't sure how to use it, so I made you a quick video tutorial! #affiliate link to get your own bottle: http://amzn.to/2wyWGFf Find the cards & other speech therapy downloads at ShopSpeechRoomNews.com
Posted by Speech Room News on Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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