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    I just recieved my new ruler today, yeah! But it has a paper backing and the ruler is backwards. Do I soak it in water? Becauce I can't get it off!

    Lorie

    nevermind I was a struggle but I finally got it off. lol
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    Hey Lori,

    I just had to tell you that I had the same problem with one of my new rulers. I was going to call the store because I was so upset with the paper not coming off and the ruler being backwards. LOL...once the paper came off it all made sense. It is good to know I’m not the only one who had a hard time with that paper.
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    You are supposed to take the paper off them? I have a couple that I haven't used because I can't see through them and the paper seemed as if it had been stuck on with Gorilla glue. Wonder about Goo-Gone . . . ?
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    Well at least they wrap so nicely for protection. I had another that was shrink wrapped.

    I feel better that I'm not the only one though. I figured it was supposed to come off but it was so difficult! We are sisters in ruler wrapping now

    Lorie

    Ps.. Sandy Enjoy your rulers now!

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    Default Re: CutRite Charm maker

    some times if you use a common pin.. to make a score it helps.... of course that may put a tiny scratch in the template... but i can make worse than that on my own... YES it can be a chore with this stuff...
    ps... i'm sure most of you know, but that is the trick i use when try to remove "heat n bond"... saves a lot of cursing...
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    I do the same thing, Babs. I take my tiny pointed scissors and make a little score line and then pry it up and little and begin tearing. Once you get it going it's fairly simple to remove. I hear you about the gorilla glue! All plexiglass comes with a protective film.
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