Applying Master Replicas Plaque Plates

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redshirt

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I have several Master Replicas collectibles and I'd like to have the plaques/plates on display with the items without permanently sticking the plates on the plaque holder. That way if I sell the item later I can offer it closer to original purchased condition. Please offer your non-permament plate suggestions.

Tom
 

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SurferGeek

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Originally posted by redshirt@Jan 21 2006, 06:00 PM
I have several Master Replicas collectibles and I'd like to have the plaques/plates on display with the items without permanently sticking the plates on the plaque holder. That way if I sell the item later I can offer it closer to original purchased condition. Please offer your non-permament plate suggestions.

Tom
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temponaut

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Originally posted by 8 perf@Jan 22 2006, 10:53 AM
clear silicone adhesive works for me.
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I use a dot of clear silicone, too. Holds well, but easily removable.

If you want an additional level of protection for the plaques, you can slip each one into a snug glycerine envelope and affix the envelopes to the display stands with silicone gel or museum wax.
 

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temponaut

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Originally posted by redshirt@Jan 22 2006, 03:02 PM
What about plain old school brush on rubber cement. That'd seem easy to remove too?
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Hadn't thought of that, but it sounds good to me. Rubber cement can usually be removed cleanly from both metal and acrylic with simple rubbing. :thumbsup
 
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