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|THINGS YOU CAN DISPLAY ON THE WALLS OF YOUR HOUSE
- Coloring pages
- Clippings from used up magazines
- Paper and plastic film decorations
- Posters (it's never been easier to change your posters as often as you want)
- Geometric shapes
- Math formulas
- Vocabulary words
- Irregular verbs
THINGS YOU CAN "GLUE" ONTO THE WINDOWS OF YOUR HOUSE
- Seasonal decorations (snowflakes, pumpkin, cornucopia, etc)
- Black trash bags. Will block the light completely. Suitable for making your room
- Transparent colored art sheets provided with the roller. Make overlapping tiles.
THINGS YOU CAN "GLUE" ONTO THE CAR WINDOWS
- Sunlight blocking film (cut out from black trash bags or any other non-
transparent plastic film). "Glue" it on the side car windows when on the car ride
or when the car is parked to protect from sun.
UV-LIGHT SENSITIVE INK
- Get an invisible ink pen, a black light, polyethylene sheets, and the Poly-Rollee.
The invisible ink fun activities are usually provided along with the pens and can
be found online. Writing with the invisible ink is often disguised by drawing
doodles next to the invisible messages with a regular pen or a marker or writing
"deceptive" visible messages while the real information can only be read by
using the black light. With the Poly-Rollee you can "glue" those secret
messages all around the house. The messages can be written either on paper
or directly on the plastic film. Great for sleepovers and slumber parties.
INDOOR EVENTS IN PUBLIC PLACES
- TRADE SHOWS, SEMINARS, CONFERENCES. You can "glue" your invitations,
company profile, business cards, flyers anywhere on the wall in a hotel,
conference center, school, college, etc. Just used underlining thin plastic film
and roll the Poly-Rollee over your flyer as described in the instructions.
- A TRIP DOWN THE MEMORY LINE (PHOTOS). You do not need to deface the
old photos of your loved ones for their birthday by hard glueing them onto a
poster paper - forver! Make a collage/presentation with a sheet of polyethylene
and the Poly-Rollee. Before committing to using the Poly-Rollee in a specific
public place, check how well will just one photograph hold there. The walls in
public places may be made of Styrofoam or can be carpeted. The Poly-Rollee
works on all the traditional walls including the glass windows, but Styrofoam,
"bumpy" stones, or carpet will not hold the film. The Poly-Rollee will not attach
anything to drapes or straw walls either. All the traditional walls will work
POLYETHYLENE and POLYPROPYLENE FILM
WHAT WORKS AND WHERE TO GET IT?
Any polyethylene or polypropylene thin film would work.
Do you have any used grocery/shopping bags? Try "glueing
them. Do you have any plastic trash bags? They should work
too. Ziplock bags? They are most certainly suitable.
Goody bags with the licensed cartoon characters printed on
them can be turned into stickers in seconds. Disposable table
covers - sold very cheaply at "big box" stores - are perfect to
protect walls of your living room while hosting a birthday party
for a bunch of kids.
When using bags, make sure to turn them into flat sheets by
cutting through the sides. NEVER GIVE BAGS TO YOUNG
CHILDREN, THEY MAY SUFFOCATE!
Very cheap polyethilene film can be found in stores like Home
Depot, Lowes, and alike in painter's section. The film is
usually used to cover the floor and furniture while painting.
USE IN THE HOUSEHOLD
- "Glue" over the windows' galss to protect from paint when spay painting.
- Make a memo board. A polyethylene film of a desired size can be "glued" to a
wall in the desired location. Make sure your paper notes do not overlap with
each other. The paper attracts to the plastic film. To overlap several pieces of
paper, "glue" a sheet of clear transparent plastic over the first piece and then
"glue" the second piece over it.
Poly-Rollee leaves no marks or traces
It does not alter any paper or film that are used with it.