|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 3 x 9.6 inches|
|Item model number||HG1300|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Folded Knife Size||11.3 x 10.1 x 3.6|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Warranty|
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Black & Decker HG1300 Dual Temperature Heat Gun
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- 2 temperature settings (750 Degrees and 1000 Degrees) for a variety of applications
- Built-in stand for easy cool down
- Lightweight and compact design for ease of use and handling
- Ideal for stripping paint, loosening rusted bolt and my other applications
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Here are some of the main uses for a heat gun that I have personally tried:
1. Shrink Wrapping. You can also use a hair dryer for this, but this gun works better and faster.
2. Drying Paint. If you need to speed up the drying of paint, this will do it.
3. Paint Stripping. You can use this gun to avoid using toxic chemicals to strip paint off of furniture or woodwork (there are articles and videos on the Internet to show how).
4. Soften Adhesives. This is great for removing stickers from your windshield or old bumperstickers. Just heat the sticker with the heat gun and then easily peel it off. Any remaining glue residue can be removed non-toxically by rubbing it with any kind of oil, including regular old cooking oil, then scrubbing with a cloth or paper towel.
1. Be careful to not obstruct or cover the air inlet grills because this could cause the heat gun to overheat and, worst case, catch fire.
2. Don't put the nozzle of the gun right on top of anything. It can have the same dangerous effect as Item 1.
3. Don't use the heat gun near anything flammable.
4. Don't put down the gun without turning it off.
5. Don't store the gun until it has fully cooled.
6. Don't touch the hot metal nozzle to your skin (it can burn you) or your clothing (it can set it on fire).
7. Don't use this heat gun to strip lead-based paint--it can release dangerous fumes.
8. Do not look directly into the nozzle when the gun is turned on--it could harm your eyes.
9. Do not insert anything into the nozzle of the gun, it could overheat the gun and be a fire hazard and/or damage the gun.
It doesn't matter what setting you pick you will get heat fast and it hits it's max heat very quickly.
It easily put out enough head to remelt the solder on my PS3 mother board.
*** UPDATE ***
I found an odd, but awesome use for this heat gun. It works perfectly for starting a BBQ without lighter fluid or one of those chimney starters. Seriously, after about 60 to 120 seconds, the coals are roaring from this thing. I know that's not an recommended use for something like this, but it prevents your food from tasting like lighter fluid.
These hair dryers on steroids are good for lots of things, like removing old bumper stickers and thawing frozen pipes. I have used a heat gun to re-strap pool-side chairs whose rivets broke off. These things get VERY hot, so you have to be careful not to burn things or ignite anything around where you're working.
This heat gun feels good in the hand. It has a two-setting rocker switch (low heat & high heat), and a flip-out kickstand that keeps the hot nozzle from melting anything it's laid on. It's got a decently-long power cord, too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great heat gun. Gets hot fast and I haven't had any issues with overheating.Published 11 days ago by Steve T.
Took care of all the layers of old paint on my 50's house like a boss!Published 27 days ago by Hssheaves
ehhh...it's all right. I wish the nozzle was longer for tough get-to spots. I can tell it is getting hot but really didn't melt household paint all too well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ebielli
Well, it's a nice heat gun, but unfortunately has broken after second use. Don't buy it.Published 1 month ago by Dmitry S.
this thing is hot! perfectly adequate for softening kydex for molding and probably anything else plasticPublished 1 month ago by Scott Lemmon
Works exactly as needed. There is a strange plastic covering for the High/off/low switch, but does not bother me too much.Published 2 months ago by Lumpus
I had one of these before and it lasted me 3 1/2 years with everyday use and abuse. If you work with heat guns often, you know they have short life spans but not this one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer