How to Re-stickify your Silhouette Mats

I was doing some web surfing and came across an article on how to re-use your silhouette and cricut mats by removing the old adhesive and gunky build up and then respraying with a repositionable adhesive (such as Crafter's Companion). At ~$8 for a 10 ounce bottle I am sure you could get some real miles out of those mats.




     Sounds awesome but I am still a little apprehesive to do it for fear it would void the warranty on my machine. I am sure it wouldn't do any harm to the machine, but just to be on the safe side I think I will wait until my machine is older and not under warranty any more

1 comments:

Brie said...

My 1st mat only held it's tack through 4 projects. I ended up buying a new one and it works really well. In the meantime, I found a tip that a lint roller brush can help remove particles and stuck on paper etc. from your mats. It doesn't add tack, but it does keep them cleaner.

I wonder if it would void the warranty on the machine? Have you looked it up?

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