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Latest Reviews for Tape Dispensers
5 out of 5, by BJo on June 11, 2016 MMMC37FLOWERR -
This worked answer worked for me. Pull and turn towards the left at the same time and it'll come off. Thanks!
3 out of 5, by Reuser on January 19, 2016 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Slam the petals against something hard (pulling it away from stem) before turning it clockwise. Mine was harder than heck to separate but that worked!
4 out of 5, by Feather on December 14, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Thanks for instructions! I have had it empty for over a year! Ouch, my hand hurts.
3 out of 5, by Maplegirl on November 19, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Try hitting the end of the flower on a hard surface while trying to twist. Worked for me
2 out of 5, by Case Worker on June 22, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Apparently, I am one serious weekling. I cannot seem to get flower to seperate from its stem. I loved it up until I had to change the tape. A lot of good it does me...now I just have a paperclip holder with a flower sticking out of it. Thank you Schotch!
4 out of 5, by Sober Court Counselor on May 20, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
I gave it four out of five stars because of the difficulty of replacing the tape. I will say that the Library Lady from Texas is correct. Hold the green stem and twist the flower counter-clockwise. You have to use a lot of strength but it will come off and you can replace the tape. I love it :)
4 out of 5, by Library Lady on April 14, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
After recruiting help from another teacher and still not being able to figure out how to change this tape dispenser, I looked it up online. The instructions were helpful and I finally succeeded in changing the tape. The key is to hold the green stem firmly with one hand, while twisting the flower counter-clockwise with the other. Be prepared to put some muscle in it.
1 out of 5, by Teacher on January 30, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Worthless. Changing the tape is basically impossible.
1 out of 5, by Susan on January 15, 2015 MMMC37FLOWERR -
It is impossible to change the tape. 3 of us here in my office have tried with NO luck. May be pretty to look at but I'm with the other person I think it is time to smash it with a hammer. A bad investment.
2 out of 5, by edluna on December 4, 2014 MMMC37FLOWERR -
Had a problem with ours too!
My husband added heat using a hair dryer around the edges of where the petals are and gently pulled until it came loose. When adding new tape do not jam it tight again. Hope this helps!