"Low Tact" is probably more like speaking for somebody else, and
trying to sound like you know everything. A removable adhesive might
be called "low tack". You are right, though, that 3M makes several
types of spray adhesives. They should be available at most office
supply stores, and probably home centers, walmarts, etc.
Larry and a Cat named Dub wrote:
> What is the glue called for temporarily fasting a paper pattern to
> cutting out on a jig saw. Any brand better then others?
Check with an arts and crafts store.
Expect to find a 3M spray can of something.
"77" is probably more than what is needed.
My wife does stained glass, and uses those inexpensive glue sticks to
stick her paper patterns to glass. These are the type that you turn
the bottom and then the glue stick comes out the other end--sort of
This past December, I got the idea to make some Christmas ornaments
with my scroll saw. I wound up using the same glue sticks to put my
paper patterns onto the wood--and it seemed to work fine. After I was
done cutting stuff, I'd remove the paper. Sometimes it would stick a
bit more than I'd have liked, but it would come off. Not sure what
would happen though if the paper was left on the wood for any length
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