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Old 06-26-2007, 05:15
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Default Do not recommend-glue gun by Ad Tech

Recently purchased an Ad tech Project Pro High Temp glue gun, and HATED it! Firstly, eventhough there was a stand on the gun, the glue kept leaking out the nozzle, I have glue spots all over. Will stick to my mini glue gun from now on...
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Default Here is the image.

Thank you for sharing.

Here is the image of the glue gun.

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Old 07-30-2007, 10:13
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Default High Temp Glue Gun ~ If not AdTech, what should I get?

I have this gun and have the same problems that were posted. What kind do you recommend? I have to have High Temp.

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I'm sure I'm the right person to ask, I just bought a cheapie high temp glue gun from Michael's, but it certainly works better than the ad-tech one. Did I also mention that everytime I pressed the trigger, i would literally hear "sputter, sputter", and no glue would come out, then put it down, and all the glue would spill out!!
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Sounds like that is a very frustrating glue gun!!
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That's stinks!

I don't even know what kind I have, LOL. Some cheapy from WM and it works fine.
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Can anyone else offer advice on what kind of glue gun they use? I checked my cheapie, it's a surebonder.
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Can anyone else offer advice on what kind of glue gun they use? I checked my cheapie, it's a surebonder.
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anna
Mine is Ad Tech high temp. bought at WM. About $1.5.

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Old 08-01-2007, 05:36
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I use a mini glue gun that I bought from Wal-mart about two years ago. Its called Crafty mini low-temp. It works great.

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I use a Thermogrip by Black and Decker. I think I bought it back in like 1995 or so. It is a super high temp one that burns me all the time but I love it. It does leak a little glue when it is sitting for a spell but I just always make sure it is sitting on paper so that it doesn't ruin anything.

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