dysfunctional mighty mounts

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I am framing sets of the state quarters. The mighty mounts are a hair too big even though they are the "quarter size". I need to secure them a little better since right now they can spin with a little tilt of the frame. Does anyone have any suggestions of a tacking product that is reversible and safe to use with quarters?
Thanks.

[ 06-07-2004, 11:03 PM: Message edited by: A. Gallery ]
 

Rick Granick

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Could you try applying a little heat (maybe with a shrink wrap gun or hair dryer), and then bending the Mighty-Mount slightly to get a tighter grip? Probably wouldn't take much adjustment (or heat).
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Thanks for the tips. Bending the arms worked well. The only thing to watch out for is that the quarters ended up being slightly crooked after bending the arms. I don't think it is enough to bother with though. Thanks again.
 
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