Will be sticking with the 4g version until 5g is more widespread
All the fancy bottles and brands have never worked for me. Use it a few times before everything becomes hopelessly clogged and fit for the bin. The tiny single use tubes are the way to go and much cheaper.
Just a waste of plastic. This will no doubt have the usual 5G tube inside and this contraption is supposed to help you squeeze the glue out. If you need this, then you probably shouldn’tbe using super glue without adult supervision.
If you doubt it, put some on your toilet seat and sit on it, unlikely we will hear from you ever again....
Is this stuff actually any good ....every ' super' glue I've bought in the last 15 years has been pants ...cheap ..expensive ..all been useless ...just tried to glue a (dry) shower curtain with some locktite superglue and it didn't stick very well ...anyone remember those original super glue TV adverts ....good luck finding anything that will do what they used to claim !
Good spot! Tho you can still usually get them in bulk quite cheap, even at the bigger size I think!
Lidl ones are Ø11mm x L280mm. Yours Ø7mm x 100mm much smaller
You can get packs of 50 online for under £5. Just recently got a deal for 100 less than £2.20. Gold is out of stock but if you want silver here is a link for 50 for £3. 50 Glitter Hot Glue Sticks, SMALUCK® 7mm x 100mm Mini Hot Melt Glue Gun Sticks for 20W Hot Melt Glue Gun, Silver https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08RJ5JYJF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MFH16CNYWDVZMBC4PJDK?psc=1 This is
Glitters nice but it takes ages for it to all clear out of the gluegun….
Would this work for sticking a battery powered neon tubing to wood?
Usually see it on here
You can tell these are rubbish just from the picture. If they were any good they wouldn't need to shrink wrap the two bottles together. I am off to buy some Everbuild shrink wrap instead. Only kidding great price heat added.
I wonder if this can be used to repair a phone (adhere screen to the casing). I've been using T-8000, which is the go-to glue for electronics repairs, but I'm fed up with the screen popping out of the casing every few months.
This "flex" version is brilliant. I've repaired loads of stuff that would have failed again by now with normal super glue as it seems to add a lot of durability.