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Red Neck Magician
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Any help would be great. Thanks
drmagic
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Dry Mount Tissue - a type of adhesive used to glue cards together.
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There's a Joe Rogan joke in here someplace.
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On Oct 13, 2022, Levi Bennett wrote:
There's a Joe Rogan joke in here someplace.

LMAO! Let's not go there.
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DMT Dry Mount Tissue is used when making gaffed cards. Use it in place of a glue stick or rubber cement (which I don't care for). You need an iron normally used in some model airplane construction (mostly wood). There is a booklet on Lybrary.com that shows exactly how to make various gaffs with this method. Although I found using 2 pieces of DMT as in the booklet makes the card too stiff so I only use one sheet.
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You can get different thicknesses which determine how many layers. In the UK, it's hard to find, but I found one source that's quite good, https://mountingsubstrates.co.uk/collections/mount-films-heat-activated. I use two layers of Techmount.
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