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  • How to use Cutter Glide on Craft Punches:
Craft Punches can sometimes be quite Stubborn and Sticky! Cutter Glide is the ANSWER to the BAD behaving punch! Just brush liberally onto the sliding surfaces and punch edges. Alicia says to “slobber it on” (you can always remove excess “slobber” with a tissue) Just let it dry overnight, or use a blow dryer to help it cure fast. Cutter Glide BONDS to the surface as it dries. It will last for hundreds of punches! No need to clean punches, unless they are goobered up with sticky adhesive.

Cutter Glide Tool Treatment-59ml Spray Bottle/17ml Cutter Glide


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How to use Cutter Glide on blades:
Blades, scissors, slitters (anything that has been sharpened) needs to first be clean of oils, adhesives, grease and gunk. Use E-Z Tool Cleaner to remove all this gunk from your blades. Just apply to the blade and wipe clean. For sticky adhesives, just spray onto the blade. Let it stand for a minute or two.  Then carefully “scratch” off the adhesive with a craft stick or old toothbrush. The adhesive will easily come free.  Wipe clean. Brush Cutter Glide to your blades and scissors. Apply an even coating. Let it dry completely for several minutes.  Use a blow dryer to “push the cure”. Hint: This actually increases sharpness of blades! When Cutter Glide dries it  bonds to the surface.  It will not transfer to your crafts.

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