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MMM63073

Restickable Craft Glue Stick

0.26 oz - 3/Pack - White, Red

Reg. Price $3.30

Our Price $2.59 Per Pack

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Repositionable, nontoxic and acid-free
Great for layouts, crafts and school projects
No mess
Wash out with soap and water
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SKU
MMM63073
Manufacturer
3M
Manufacturer Part Number
63073
Brand Name
Scotch
Packaged Quantity
3 / Pack
Product Type
Glue Stick
Color
Red
Application/Usage
Photo
Features
Restickable
Glue Quantity
0.26 oz

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ScotchRestickable Craft Glue Stick
 
4.8

(based on 12 reviews)

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get it straight

By Lori j

from North East, MD

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I like to use this when I am scrap booking. I never seem to get it straight the first time. This keeps me from ruining many projects

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get it straight

By Lori j

from North East, MD

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I like to use this when I am scrap booking. I never seem to get it straight the first time. This keeps me from ruining many projects [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get it straight

By Lori j

from North East, MD

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I like to use this when I am scrap booking. I never seem to get it straight the first time. This keeps me from ruining many projects

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Scotch(R) Restickable Glue Stick

By Rita d

from Minnesota

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I used the restickable glue stick to secure photos to a display board. The photos stuck to the board well, but were easily removed without being damaged.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Scotch(R) Restickable Glue Stick

By Rita d

from Minnesota

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I used the restickable glue stick to secure photos to a display board. The photos stuck to the board well, but were easily removed without being damaged. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

 
4.0

Ms

By Laurie A

from Ohio

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

Having poor motor skills, it is extremly easy to use the glue sticks and not have to worry about making a mess.

 
5.0

Love it

By Laura D

from Syracuse, NY

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

These are the best the kids use it and we also use for scrap booking and crafting.

 
5.0

love this

By Bonnie D

from Baldwin Mi

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I love your glue sticks. My grandchildren just love to do crafts and we use these for everything. We started using them when the kids were little to stop the big mess. As they have grown older, it's still the one that they choose when something needs to be stuck on. Be it ribbon or eyes or even yarn, they grab the stick. They love them because they work, I love them because they keep the mess to a minimum. Thank you for a great product.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

OCD's Answer

By Paula B

from undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

Scotch's Restickable Glue Stick is the answer to the obsessive compulsive disorder I have when it comes to having to have words, numbers, etc. perfectly straight or perfectly in order on a line. I can remove whatever I put down any number of times until I am pleased with the way my work looks! Life is not easy for some of us; your product is a blessing! I was especially pleased with a birthday book I made for an aunt because I was able to line names and dates up on labels perfectly parallel to the lines in the book. I make my address book the same way.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Must have tool for paper-piecing and over laying

By syeda q

from Schaumburg,IL

Comments about Scotch Restickable Craft Glue Stick:

I would recommend using a Scotch® repositionable craft stick for this layout as it makes over laying and paper-piecing process easy.

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