Here's another question...is 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.
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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