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Martha Stewart Crafts Glue Gun And Sticks
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- Dual Temperature Setting Glue Gun
- Low temperature is best used with lace, foil, ribbon, floral foam, lightweight fabric, and other delicate materials.
- High temperature is best used with wood, plastic, metal, ceramics, magnets, leather, paper, fabric and other porous and non-porous materials
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Operating Instructions; Set switch to desired temperature; plug into electrical outlet. Insert 5⁄16-inch diameter glue stick into the inlet tube. Allow gun to heat for 5 minutes. Squeeze trigger to dispense glue. By pulling trigger back more glue is dispensed. Add additional glue sticks to continue glue flow. Always wear protective clothing, safety glasses, gloves, long sleeve shirt, and long pants. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from flammable materials. Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for consequential or indirect damages from the use of this product. Low temperature is best used with lace, foil, ribbon, floral foam, lightweight fabric, and other delicate materials. CAUTION: Do not touch heated nozzle or melted glue as the temperature can reach 400 degrees F; If accidental contact occurs, do not remove glue; Immediately put burned area into cold water
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Top Customer Reviews
I remember buying my own glue gun in the sixth grade. It was the most magical invention at the time. It could do just about anything I wanted: glue balancing mobiles together, secure a diorama of natural disasters, and most importantly—fix broken things.
— WHAT'S INCLUDED —
• Dual temperature glue gun
• Nine clear low-temperature glue sticks
• Nine black high-temperature glue sticks
• 4"x 4" silicone drip pad
— WHICH STICK TO USE —
Low-temperature glue is best used on delicate materials like lightweight fabric, ribbon, green floral foam. High-temperature glue is best used with wood, plastic, metal, and porous materials. If you don't like the black and clear sticks, you can get clear Stanley Dual-Temp Mini Glue Sticks, just double check the sizing so you know they will fit. And remember to make sure you have it set to your intended temperature setting.
— GLUE GUN —
This works like any other glue gun: plug it in, wait a few minutes for it to heat up, and you can start gluing. It does take some experience to get the hang of using it and keeping drips and spider webs to a minimum, but you'll get the hang of it with more use. Use it as practice, use it for real, but use it often. You'll be a pro in no time.
— SUMMARY —
Got to make a dress in three hours? Glue gun. Got to fix that cracked plastic container? Glue gun. Got to create a texture on a mask? Glue gun. The glue gun is an extremely versatile tool and should be in any craftsperson's home. Recommended.