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WANTED: question

Posted by ravenschild 6b (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 10, 06 at 18:55

Can anyone tell me the best way of removing those silly straw flowers they glue to cactus. Thanks


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RE: WANTED: question

Hi,

You'll have better luck (or better advice) posting in the discussion side. This side is for trading plants and the discussion side is more active. But if I remember correctly I once read on the forum that someone used a blow dryer to warm up the glue and made it easier to remove.

If you post in the discussion side you'll probably get a better response.


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RE: WANTED: question

I took the straw flowers off of my Fairy Castle cactus, they were put on with hot glue which peels off easily if you do it slowly. None of the plant was damaged when I removed the glue.


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