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Dark Knight

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Attaching Craft Foam Emblems


What do you guys use to stick this stuff to a spandex suit?

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Re: Question about craft foam


USE NOTHING BRO!! I'd hate to see you screw up a good spandex suit.
Go to Walmart and buy the self sticking kind...has a peel and stick back on it.
This kind comes right off of the suit being used without harming it...if you can't get it where you're at Tim, let me know and I'll send you some.
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Re: Question about craft foam


Another thing you could do if you want it on there forever is use som J.B Weld. Just make sure you wrap your chest in plastic wrap and glue it up while it's on so that you don't have any weird stretching on your suit.

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Re: Question about craft foam


Another less mess way is:
Once it's stuck on using it's own adhesive backing, have someone sew it on to your suit. That's what I've done, and my emblem has been on for over a year now.
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Re: Question about craft foam


That's a great idea. I used craft foam for mine and after a few hours it had already started to come up on the edges.

Sewing is not exactly permanent either. Stitches could be cut at any time and a new symbol attatched.

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Dark Knight

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Re: Question about craft foam


Thanks... looks like I bought the wrong type.. DT , if I can't find it I'll give you a yell....
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I've also seen this type of craft foam at JoAnn's Fabric and Crafts and also at Michael's Arts & Crafts. They do seem to sell out of the black quickly. It is a popular color.

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Tim,
     I've seen some at Michael's in our area. The Gastonia store last year. There's one close to us in Pineville that probably has it, too.

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