|Item Weight||1.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 2.2 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||0453|
|Material||Hot glue gun with dual heat settings|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Glue Gun|
|Warranty Description||This product is warranted to be free of manufacturer's defects in workmanship and material for two full years beginning from the date of original purchase. This warranty does not cover any damages resulting from accident or misuse. If the product becomes defective within the warranty period, we will repair it or elect to replace it free of charge. We will return your product, provided it is delivered, transportation charges pre-paid, to Adhesive Technologies with proof of purchase. Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty is the exclusive remedy of the consumer. Adhesive Technologies shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of any express or implied warranty on this product. Any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product is limited in duration to two years from date of purchase.|
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- PROTECT DELICATE MATERIALS - Use the low-temp option to preserve fabrics, papers, and styrofoam
- LAY LONGER LINES - Switch to the high-temp option for larger projects, and keep that glue coming steady!
- HAVE CONFIDENCE YOUR BOND WILL LAST - Pair any of our glue guns with AdTech hot melt glue sticks for clear lines and a long-lasting bond
- JUST GRAB AND GO - Prop up your glue gun (and limit pesky glue drips!) with the included stand, and then just grab and go!
- Pair with full-size (0.44” diameter) AdTech glue sticks, such as AdTech HiTemp or MultiTemp sticks
- 40-watt gun with energy-conscious design (reduces energy demand once it reaches temperature!)
- 5-foot cord
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Hot Melt 2 Temp Glue Gun. Needle nozzle for precision gluing. Use any Full size glue stick. High temp for wood metal and glass. Low temp for foam lace and fabric. 40 watts. CAUTION: Melted glue will burn skin. Keep away from children.
PROTECT DELICATE MATERIALS - Use the low-temp option to preserve fabrics, papers, and styrofoam
LAY LONGER LINES - Switch to the high-temp option for larger projects, and keep that glue coming steady!
HAVE CONFIDENCE YOUR BOND WILL LAST - Pair any of our glue guns with AdTech hot melt glue sticks for clear lines and a long-lasting bond
JUST GRAB AND GO - Prop up your glue gun (and limit pesky glue drips!) with the included stand, and then just grab and go!
Pair with full-size (0.44” diameter) AdTech glue sticks, such as AdTech HiTemp or MultiTemp sticks
40-watt gun with energy-conscious design (reduces energy demand once it reaches temperature!)
Best for detail work, conference/group crafting and DIY projects
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Hot Melt 2 Temp Glue Gun. Needle nozzle for precision gluing. Use any Full size glue stick. High temp for wood metal and glass. Low temp for foam lace and fabric.
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If you're inexperienced with glue guns:
-Always use the right heat for your material; fabric, felt, florals, and paper have a low tolerance for heat, so low heat is better.
-Everything bonds better on high heat; but be warned, it gets VERY hot. It will start smoking when used on more delicate materials and papers, so use caution; working with a fan nearby on a low/medium setting will help it cool faster. Always let glue cool for a few minutes before touching it; you could get second-degree burns if you touch while it is still hot.
-Remember that if you're pressing pieces together, some of the glue will seep through felts and fabric, so always use a piece of cool metal or a thick piece of cardboard to press pieces together if you don't want to burn your fingers. I use an craft knife handle (no knife in) as a press; it won't stick to the metal after it's cooled, just be sure to pull it away sharply to prevent it from trailing on the end. If you want to cool your glue quickly or prevent it from sticking to your metal piece when you remove it, keep a bowl or cup of 1/2 water and 1/2 ice nearby and let the metal knife handle sit in it. It will get very cold; dry it throughly with a paper towel and after dispensing your glue, you can press it down to flatten the dab of glue and cool it at the same time.
-If you get burned, never use milk or butter to sooth the burn; these relieve pain, but it will not let your skin heal; always use cool water and antibiotic/burn cream and bandaging.
-Keep the area around your glue gun clear and never let the cord hang or sit where someone could trip over the cord or a child could pull it down or use it! Children could very easily burn themselves on the barrel or nozzle! Also keep away from pets!
-Protect your surfaces and make cleanup easy: keep a couple pieces of paper or a small sheet of aluminum foil under your glue gun to catch drippings. It can come off fairly easy on plastic and metal tables, but may damage wood ones. I see a lot of people complain that it leaks glue out of the nozzle when not in use, but frankly, it's not a big deal. The hot glue is melted in the barrel and the tip is pointed down. I don't really see it as such an inconvenience, all you have to do is pull it up or rub the nozzle gently against the table. Never lay it on its side to prevent drippings.
-"Fly-aways" are long, almost web-like pieces of glue that trail on after dispensing. You can help reduce these by briefly rubbing the nozzle near the spot you dispensed the glue or on a piece of paper or metal nearby; you can then pull it off easily after the glue dries (it will keep going if you pull while the dab is still hot).
-If you're having trouble pushing the glue through with the trigger, it may not be hot enough. You can heat it quickly by setting it to high heat for a few minutes, then back to low heat for a little under one minute.
It heated up very quickly which I was happy about as I wanted to get right to work. I had no issues with any dripping while it wasn't being used. For those who reviewed about the glue chamber backing up ... you were most likely using the wrong glue stick. The instructions do advise you to use the Ad-Tech Full glue sticks. With my old glue gun I was always having to add another glue sticks because they ran out so quickly. So I purchased the long Ad-Tech Full Size Multi-Temp 10" x .44" sticks and they worked perfectly. The instructions also suggest that you not leave the glue gun on for more than 2 hrs. without using it. So my suggestion with that is just go cordless. Pull out the cord if you're not going to use the glue gun right away then plug it back in when you're ready but keep in mind you have to wait the 2-3 minutes for it to heat up after you've plugged it in. It's alot easier than completely unplugging from the outlet and plugging it back in.
Overall this is a great glue gun which I would recommend to ALL crafters as it's Dual-temp so it can work for ALL your crafting needs. High for your heavy duty jobs and Low for things like scrapbooking, ribbons, and fabric work. These Ad-Tech glue sticks start out clear as water when coming out from the glue gun but once completely cooled they do cloud up just a tad but I attempted to make a glue gun faux resin cabochon and it came out alright. You might wanna add glitter or something to offset the slight cloudiness it get's when it completely cools. But don't give this glue gun a bad review when it deserves a good review. So in short ...
PROs : Heats Up Quickly - Precision Nozzle makes the glue output a little neater and easier to adjust how much you squeeze out - Easy to hold and use
CONs : The plug connection is kinda in a bad spot that the glue gun tips over sometimes.
MUST-DO SUGGESTIONs : Buy Ad-Tech ONLY Full Size Glue Sticks in Multi-Temp "I suggest buying the 10" x .44" length" - Go Cordless if you're not going to be using the Glue Gun right away to prevent glue backing up - I put a 2 liter Soda bottle cap under the nozzle to catch any dripping if it drips *which I didn't have that issue* - Buy a Hot Glue gun mat/Tools the glue output is very hot to the touch.
That being said, the gun heated up fairly quickly, did not drip, and left nice, neat glue dots where I needed them -- which is about all you can ask for in a budget hot glue gun.