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Hot Glue Sticks pack of 32! @ Lidl £1.99

£1.99 @ LIDL
I know its another Lidl deal but for anyone who uses these sticks this is great value Suitable for use on wood, plastic, ceramic, cardboard, textiles and much more Size ?(mm): 11 Price per pack… Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
I know its another Lidl deal but for anyone who uses these sticks this is great value

Suitable for use on wood, plastic, ceramic, cardboard, textiles and much more
Size ?(mm): 11
Price per pack of 32 While stocks last

fantastic value, B&Q will charge you this for a bubble pack of 6
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#1
No price in thread title = cold vote
#2
Shambles
No price in thread title = cold vote


That seems a tad harsh considering that it's a good deal:?

Hot glue = hot deal:)
Heat + rep
#3
Shambles
No price in thread title = cold vote


is that better? Is it a better deal now??:?
#4
Shambles
No price in thread title = cold vote


:oops:
#5
mosskeeto
is that better? Is it a better deal now??:?

Yes. Why not do it from the start
#6
Stop falling for it guys. I don't vote cold at anytime. Just want to wake up the posters to a better way of posting "deals"..
#7
Shambles
Yes. Why not do it from the start


Jeez it does make you wonder what is important here...
I will keep my eye out for your posts to see how its done...:p
#8
Yeah good luck mosquito
#9
Good deal, voted hot!

Shambles
No price in thread title = cold vote
banned#10
Negative feedback given to Shambles....
#11
mosskeeto
Jeez it does make you wonder what is important here...
I will keep my eye out for your posts to see how its done...:p


Why? he probably doesn't post deals!;-)
#12
32 glue sticks.. i think this gonna last for my whole life. lol
#13
They are 11 mm dia. sticks but appear to be half length ones - Lidl have done this before. You are really only getting 16 sticks. Home Bargains had/still have a better deal .79p for 10 full length sticks.
#14
£1 in poundland
#15
Can I get high on these?
#16
12 comments before someone mentioned the product.??



JamieLloydFan;1592245
Can I get high on these?

Probably could if inserted anally:whistling:
#17
Not a bad deal. Voted HOT!
#18
Not a bad deal. Screwfix do 35 full length ones for about £7.
#19
Seems like a good deal, though I'm not sure it's any use to me.
Shambles;1591106
No price in thread title = cold vote

It only matters if you are in text only mode. Do you expect everyone to post to fit in with how YOU use the site? Wow, that's some arrogance going on there
#20
Thanks, good price for these :thumbsup:

voted hot
banned#21
Slightly off topic. What can you actually glue with these sticks? I bought a glue gun last time they were in Lidl's and have yet to use it. Cannot imagine they would give a very strong bond or am I talking rubbish? Had hoped to use it to mount a shower head to ceramic wall tiles.
#22
wellfan
Slightly off topic. What can you actually glue with these sticks? I bought a glue gun last time they were in Lidl's and have yet to use it. Cannot imagine they would give a very strong bond or am I talking rubbish? Had hoped to use it to mount a shower head to ceramic wall tiles.


The glue does not work well with non porous surfaces, best for paper, card, cloth, leather, wood, etc. Most people use them for craft work, card making, etc.

If you get to use yours, always use on dust free surfaces and make sure the gun has got to max temp before using. If often helps if surfaces are not very porous to apply a primer. This can be a thin layer of contact adhesive. Hope this helps :)

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