Video Tutorial: How To Clean Your Cutting Mat

May 1, 2017   /   bymaddie  / Categories :  Feeds

If you’re like me and sew a lot lingerie, then you go through Odif’s 505 Spray Adhesive pretty quickly. Odif, huh? If you have no idea what the heck I’m talking about, head on over to this post to find out more about it. It’s one of my favorite bra making tools, but quickly ‘gums’ up on my cutting mat. I’ve tried to remove it with tee tree oil and Goo Gone, but what I’ve found to be the most effective and cost efficient is something you can find at the drug store for less than $10.

So, hop on over to my YouTube or Thinkific page to watch the video and see how you can keep your cutting mat in tip top shape (read: not a sticky mess!)


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