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  • Not quite as amazing as it sounds.
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    I was looking for a product that would keep my spools of embroidery thread from unwinding. This product does that, but you must wrap it around the entire spool and stretch it across the end to make it stick. Like I said, it does work, but not exactly what I was looking for.

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    djb883 May 23, 2012
  • Hugo's is excellent at "holding things together"
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    Hugo's tape is marketed to one audience, but fits many others. They sell it as a useful tool for for people who sew, for keeping thread on the spool when not in use. Think of it as a wide, clear rubber band. Almost everywhere you could use a rubber band, Hugo's tape works better. It stretches and sticks to itself, but it's not sticky. Nor does it "age" and dry out like rubber bands. Nor does it cut into the surface of the things it holds together, which you can see on card decks after some time in the drawer while banded together. I use it in my board game collection. I can't "bag" my game parts to organize them, because where I live it's too humid. Far better to wrap decks with a strip Hugo's reusable tape. Hugo's is excellent.

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    jhebert March 21, 2012
  • Waste of Money
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    This isn't worth buying. I've tried it for several applications and the only way it works is it you use LOTS of it and wrap around several times. It sticks only to itself.

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    maconlover May 24, 2013
  • Great temporary holders!
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    These re-usable tapes are great. I use them to wrap around my threads so they don't unroll when I store them away. It never falls off and it is a great tool that I can use again and again.

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    kitmin June 28, 2013