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Josh L
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What is the best way to fix the peeled up image part of this cardboard game piece?


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Daniel Karpouzian
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PVA glue and a rubber clamp.
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I agree with Daniel.
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Looks like it was caused by that big red arrow.

You'll have to get rid of those if you don't want it to happen again.
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Ethan Nicholas
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Th3Boss wrote:
What is the best way to fix the peeled up image part of this cardboard game piece?


I would suggest Photoshop.

 





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I find that Elmer's works fine rather than running out and buying bookbinding glue. However I'd use the minimum possible amount.
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I use Elmers and just hold with my fingers for a minute. Any excess rubs off easily.
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I apply a tiny amount of Elmer's glue with a toothpick. Hold for a few seconds and then let dry.
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Whichever glue you use, smooth with a little piece of wax paper and let it sit at least an hour with something heavy on it.
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Thanks guys, ill try elmers
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When will the die stop rolling? What face finishes showing?
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A decent wood glue and a clamp is the best here.

White glue is an acceptable second but I'd use one of the tightbond glues because I keep them in stock.


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To stop anything sticking, some baking paper around the piece before clamping works a treat.


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