How to install a metal tip

July 13, 2022 1 Comment

How to install a metal tip

Today I'm going to show you how to install a metal tip on our Designer Dries Clear Adhesive. We get a lot of questions about how to properly install the metal tip. Using the metal tip will give you the precision needed for fine linework in all your crafts. Our metal tip works on all our adhesives. Add the detail you need to all your arts and crafts.

 

 Step 1: Remove the entire black cap from the Designer Dries Clear Adhesive.

 

 Step 2: Remove the foam disc from the top of your bottle of Designer Dries Clear.

 

Step 3: Replace the black spout on top of your bottle of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive


Step 4: Remove the cover of the black spout on your bottle of Designer Dries Clear.

 

 Step 5: Take metal tip and screw onto the black spout on top of your bottle of Designer Dries Clear Adhesive

 

Step 6: Place stainless steel pin into the metal tip. You don't want the pin inserted all the way into the tip. Instructions below.

Step 7: Do not push the stainless steel pin all the way into the tip. You want to leave it sticking out, so the ball does not touch the tip. Pushing pin all the way into the metal tip on your Designer Dries Clear Adhesive could result in the pin getting glued into the metal tip.

 



1 Response

Dennis Thompson
Dennis Thompson

July 26, 2022

Hi Barb, I ran across a segment that I did with your glitter on TV about a week before you came to demo and teach at our store. Thought you might get a kick out of it and you also might be able to use it as advertising? Let me know the bast way to send it to you? It’s almost a gig.

We had a local TV program called Pepper & Friends and I was on it every month for almost 8 years. To excite people and get them in the store for your demos and class I did a segment on his show that demoed your glitter. Turned out really good. They recorded it while it was live and give me a copy on VHS. Recently I had the VHS turned into DVD video files. I may have to just burn you a disk and send it through the mail?

Hope all is going well for you.

Be Blessed,

Dennis & Brenda (Bj) Thompson
Past owners of I’d Rather Be Stamping, Columbia, MO.

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