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Old 08-01-2007, 07:58
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I have a cheap glue gun and it works great. I have never tried anything different.
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Old 08-02-2007, 03:12
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Here's another there a difference between a high and dual temp glue gun? I started to use a high temp one because the clippies I made for my daughters, the ribbon started peeling away from the clip (I was using a dual temp glue gun with dual temp glue sticks), so one lady suggested I try a high temp glue sticks. When I went to Mich**l's the lady said there is no such thing as high temp glue sticks, that it's the glue gun that makes the difference, what do you think?? Thanks for any help.
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Old 08-02-2007, 08:42
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I never bought a specific temp glue for my gun. It uses the big fat glue sticks. I hadn't ever noticed there being any options other than the ones I buy.

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Old 08-15-2007, 04:07
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I've got this detailer gun by adhesive tech that I bought at joanns. I've had two of them. The first one I had a real problem with the glue coming out. I could just pump and pump and pump and maybe a little dot would come out. Didn't matter how long it was plugged in either. So I took it back and got another one just like it and it's a dream! I can really get ino the bows without getting glue everytwhere. It's real easy to control the flow of the glue too.
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