|Package Dimensions||3 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||ATCO|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
ATCO Cast Zinc Teflon Cement Keeper Dispenser 1/5 Gallon Leather Craft Glue Pot by Siline & Johnson MADE IN USA
|Price:||$45.00 + $5.99 shipping|
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- Cast zinc dispenser's top and cone are coated with a non-stick finish
- Allows dried adhesive to be simply peeled off
- The low profile design and weighted bottom make the dispenser stable for use
- Holding about 1/5 gallon, it is an ideal size for volume usage of any brushable compound
- The horsehair brush is replaceable
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The ATCO dispenser is not airtight, although when the brush is wiped on the top of the cone and deposits left behind, it generally becomes airtight.
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Initially when I started working with leather I scoffed at paying $50 (including shipping) for a Zinc can with a brush attached to the lid. Let's face it Zinc is not exactly an expensive metal I couldn't fathom why something so simple could cost so much....
A few projects in and I finally succumbed to the temptation and purchased the ATCO cement dispenser. If you work with contact cement on a fairly regular basis it is nice to have a small pot on your work table that allows you quick access to a quantity of glue. For one it gives you a handy place to store your glue brush so that it does not become hardened with dried cement. Its not that a bag of acid brushes is exactly expensive, but it is wasteful and have a dedicated place to store the brush while in between daubs of cement is indeed handy.
Holds a decent quantity of contact cement.
The lid can used with the included brush attached, or you can use it choose not to attach the brush to the lid and use it solely as a lid and use smaller disposable brushes for more precision work.
The domed lid of the container does a fairly decent job of keeping the solvent odors contained in the pot. Previously when I was working out of a gallon sized can of contact cement I found that it off gassed the heavy solvent odor really quickly. That stuff is not pleasant smelling and makes you feel ill if you breathe it in for too long.
Because the brush in suspended in the glue it doesn't dry out and get hard in between uses.
Once the cement hardens on the outside of the pot on the dark grey / teflon area you can peel the glue off to keep your pot tidy.
Expensive for what it is.
Not a very large capacity. If you have a large project you could wind up filling the pot at least once a day.