A Useful Tool

Puppyraiser

PFG, Picture Framing God
Joined
Jul 10, 1999
Posts
6,569
From
Maryland
Business
Howards retired
Today I discovered that the Fusion 4000-like tissue I had been using had 'let go' on a print I had mounted. The print itself released from the F4Kish. But only in places of course. So I needed to remove it and replace with our MT5ish tissue. I went to find my shrink wrap gun, but couldn't find it. My eye lighted on a craft tool called the Embossing Tool. It is essentially a light-weight shrink wrap tool (heat & blowing type) Hmmm, thought I. This could be waved back and forth under the print and on top of the tissue. Perhaps that would allow the release. And YES it did! Easy, quick, nooo damage. The customer will never be the wiser!
 

Rozmataz

SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer
Joined
Jun 13, 2002
Posts
2,773
From
Fingerlakes Region of NYS
Ellen,

That's great.. I have found I have used many tools from my other craft/art interests....

One of my favorites is the rotary cutting blade.
 
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