Duct tape works for this, but it makes clients nervous. n/t

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Posted by Lauren on June 21, 2002 at 13:19:25:

In reply to: Valiant but ultimately futile, indeed! :) posted by Paul Cerra on June 20, 2002 at 02:35:00:

: : [snip] Then reroll the cone and as soon as you get the hole
: : right, pounce on it with some tape. First tape down the corner
: : the plastic on the outside of the cone, then use a smaller piece
: : tape very close to the hole to secure it. Then tape the rest of
: the
: : outside seam in a valiant but ultimately futile attempt to keep
: : from leaking.
: Ain't it the god's truth!! ;) I swear, despite my best efforts, my
: cones always leak after a few days (I don't have a clientele so I
: make a cone last a week or more.) I've used industrial-strength
: packing tape, and this still happens. I'm not sure if its the
: essential oil or the lemon juice (or neither, or both), but I think
: something eventually disolves the adhesive on the packing tape. I'm
: going to have to try the Heather/Kenzi et al. triangle method (I
: rectangles or squares), because if I could solve this problem, I'd
: truly have the perfect henna tool (for me, anyway!)
: -P


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