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Adhesive magnets for chalk - 01-29-2018, 03:43 PM

Does anyone make adhesive magnets that can be applied to the bottom of any brand of chalk so that you can then attach the chalk to any of the popular pocket magnets?
I don't like using chalk that is housed in a plastic or leather shell. All the magnetic holders come with a square plastic holder for the chalk. The holders have either a magnet or metal base to attach to the pocket magnet. The problem with these holders is that once the chalk starts wearing down the holder gets in the way. Also, I'm just used to using a small cube of chalk and don't care for the larger diameter of a chalk holder.


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01-29-2018, 05:53 PM

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Does anyone make adhesive magnets that can be applied to the bottom of any brand of chalk so that you can then attach the chalk to any of the popular pocket magnets?

I don't like using chalk that is housed in a plastic or leather shell. All the magnetic holders come with a square plastic holder for the chalk. The holders have either a magnet or metal base to attach to the pocket magnet. The problem with these holders is that once the chalk starts wearing down the holder gets in the way. Also, I'm just used to using a small cube of chalk and don't care for the larger diameter of a chalk holder.


I just superglue a metal washer to the bottom of the chalk.


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01-29-2018, 06:57 PM

DANG! That was easy.

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01-31-2018, 10:50 AM

Back to the drawing board. I guess my magnet was too strong. The washer stuck to the magnet while tearing the paper off the bottom of the chalk.


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Back to the drawing board. I guess my magnet was too strong. The washer stuck to the magnet while tearing the paper off the bottom of the chalk.
Mezz has their Smart Sticker product for attaching a metal plate to the bottom of chalk. I was going to try that before the super glue worked for me.
  
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02-02-2018, 06:29 PM

I have the Kamui magnetic chalk holder. The cube goes in a rubber holder. When the chalk gets lower, I fold a piece of paper and put it in the bottom between the magnet and the chalk so it sits where it would new. You can use a piece of chalk pretty far down.

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I have the Kamui magnetic chalk holder. The cube goes in a rubber holder. When the chalk gets lower, I fold a piece of paper and put it in the bottom between the magnet and the chalk so it sits where it would new. You can use a piece of chalk pretty far down.

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I have a magnetic holder with a 17 pounds on the holder n 17 pound on the cube the cube is made out of hard leather just like my B/jump tips, if you want to see it check with Mike at Omega


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I have a magnetic holder with a 17 pounds on the holder n 17 pound on the cube the cube is made out of hard leather just like my B/jump tips, if you want to see it check with Mike at Omega
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