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How to temporary stick paper/card together so it can be removed later without tearing and too much residue

I use basic low tack masking tape for things like this. It comes off of most surfaces without leaving a mark. If you have a bigger budget try frog tape. Which is used for masking off areas when ...
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How to temporary stick paper/card together so it can be removed later without tearing and too much residue

This is exactly the purpose of rubber cement. You can easily peel the two pieces apart, then roll up the remaining cement and flick it away.
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How to temporary stick paper/card together so it can be removed later without tearing and too much residue

It sounds like what you're looking for is a "repositionable glue," "restickable glue," or other temporary glue, which are typically available as sticks, liquids, and sprays, ...
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Using a brush to apply 2 part epoxy resin without destroying it?

Short answer: no. You would have to rinse the epoxy out of the brush before it cures. The liquid components of epoxy are (as far as I know) all health and environmental hazards, so you'd need to ...
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What is the result if I use a yarn with smaller TEX than the original pattern?

The yarn thickness / weight / TEX in combination with the size of tool (crochet hook, knitting needle, etc.) influence the size of the stitches. If your yarn is thinner than the suggestion but you use ...
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