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gbrown4

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1086 days ago

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I finally received my jigsaw puzzle blades from Mike’s workshop today. I could not wait to try them out. Well tonight I cut a 8×10 puzzle out, 80 something pieces. Everything came out perfect. Problem happened when I sprayed the picture with a mat finish the adhesive gave way and up came the picture in pieces. Ughh!!!!
Well, lesson learned and I only broke 4 blades and wore out two.

-- Greg, Concordia, Mo


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#1 posted 1085 days ago

Sorry.
I guess in hindsight the lesson you have already learned is to try it on scrap first.

Isn’t learning fun?
Steve

-- -- I'm no rocket surgeon

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gbrown4

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#2 posted 1085 days ago

Well the jigsaw puzzle gods were looking down on me. This morning I go out to review the puzzle situation and low and behold the picture was stuck on the pieces. Other than the ones I peeled off last night, the other pieces were glued downed good. I just had to spend some quality time reglueing the pieces I messed with last night, about 12 pieces, but they came out OK.

-- Greg, Concordia, Mo

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#3 posted 1084 days ago

I used M 77 spray adhesive and a Clear finish designed for photographs.

-- Greg, Concordia, Mo

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