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    Instead of just keeping the bands in a bag, thought I would start making a poster out of them


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    I started doing the same thing. Need to update it though.
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    I think it is a good way of displaying the bands!!!!


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    Mine is a bit more random

    I collect mine in a glass jar on my desk. When the jar is full I put them into a shadow box to hang on the wall




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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitola View Post
    Mine is a bit more random

    I collect mine in a glass jar on my desk. When the jar is full I put them into a shadow box to hang on the wall



    That's really smart. My only question is how the hell do you manage to get the bands off intact?

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    I always check the band before lighting up to see how cooperative it will be during smoking to be removed in tact.

    For those bands stuck or just too tight, when the burn line approaches the band, a lot of times it heats the glue slightly. I carefully separate the band with my fingernails being careful not to tear the band too much. I have some cheap cigar glue - a dab on the end of the band - the glue area is pretty obvious - and they’re as good as new


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