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Spray for Felt on DIY Puzzle Board

Is there a spray you put on the felt to keep the puzzle pieces from falling down, when your puzzle board is on a easel? Online puzzle boards that are for tabletops or on rolling tables state the felt has a special spray, does anyone know what that is? I have a bad neck and can not bend over, so using an easel will work for me.
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January 27, 20190 found this helpful

Hi,

I went online and looked at the puzzle easels. I did not find any spray that one could spray on the felt. I found this site to be interesting, and the reviews even more so:

www.herrschners.com/.../puzzle+magic%26%238482-+tabletop...

---Robyn

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you Robyn, I would love to have the tabletop, but it is to expensive for me as well. Thats why I am trying to make my own. I appreciate your answer.

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January 27, 20190 found this helpful

I have not used it because I avoid all things aerosol, but it says this has a temporary tack stick to it, so maybe if you call Krylon and ask they can tell you if it would serve your purpose. Their number used to be (I assume still is):1-800-457-9566. Below is a link to an add selling it--but I am sure other places sell it besides this link:

www.jerrysartarama.com/krylon-artist-sprays-and-fixatives...


While they are pricey, there are special non slip accessories like this one, which sadly is out of my price range and gets 3.9 stars.

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www.amazon.com/.../B074P5VFBF?tag=thrif06-20

Post back what works for you!

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you for your suggestion. I called Krylon and he suggested the easy tack repositional. I will try that. I do hope that works. I appreciate your answer.

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

Hope it works for you!! Just from someone who has lots of allergies and such is if you have anyone who is sensitive to smells and aerosol, be sure to use in a well ventilated space if you go that route!

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January 27, 20190 found this helpful

You are probably looking for a Post-it type restickable glue. You can get it here:www.amazon.com/.../?ie=UTF8&keywords=post+it+glue&index...

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you Judy, I will check out the repositional glue. I called Krylon he thought that might work.

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Someday, I will save up to get the tabletop puzzle board. That looks awesome. Thank you for your help.

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January 28, 20190 found this helpful

I'm not sure if this will work but it states items are " forever removable" so you might check it out. Krylon states: (does not state felt - just fabric).

"Easy tack repositionable adhesive is non-wrinkling, low odor adhesive provides a repositionable bond on most lightweight materials.
Works on wood, Paper, metal, plastic, craft foam, glass, plaster, fabric, trims, glitter, photos and more.
Allows your material to be adjusted, removed and reapplied throughout the Life of the bond"

www.amazon.com/.../ref=sr_1_14?tag=thrif06-20

Some sites state their products use "non-slip felt" but I did not see this for sale.
I would suggest you visit your local craft stores like Micheal's or Jo Ann's and ask about this. You might also try Google for artist supply stores with your zip code to see if they might have something you could use.

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January 29, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you cybergrannie for your answers. Everyone has been so helpful. What a wonderful world with wonderful people. I am very hopeful this will solve my delima. I did check with both Michaels and Joann Fabrics. They both have the spray. I have been putting glue on each puzzle piece and cutting a small piece of magnetic tape and attaching it to the glue.

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I am sure you can imagine how long it took to do that on each piece. I would not do a puzzle over 100 pieces because it takes to long to prepare them before I start. Now maybe I can spread my horizon. I am thrilled. Thanks to you all.

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