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Old 07-13-2018, 11:41 PM
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Be advised........ they put things on a slow boat......... be patient.
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No prob i aint got no were to be in a hurry. Plus i still got my paper clip end to use
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While you're waiting for the Bottles to come, you might want to try using a Brush to apply Glue. I read about it in the Tips & Tricks section, & found it works great for most of the situations you'll run in to.

The people here have so many great Ideas they have come up with through the Years... Thanks to everybody!

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I only use brushes for large surfaces or when I glue two sheets together. For all the other stuff I use cocktail sticks. Just a tiny drop of glue (being white PVA - wood glue - or Aleenes tacky stuff) on a piece of paper I have left over and then applying the glue with the cocktail stick.


For doubling paper I also really love my rubber rolling thingy.
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Tried brushes did not like

I seem to keep useing unfolded paper clip. Or the tip of my worn out exacto knife
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John, will those small openings allow standard thickness glue to come out or do you need to thin it a bit?
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John, will those small openings allow standard thickness glue to come out or do you need to thin it a bit?
I use size 18 blunt needles and I do thin down Aileen Tacky Glue (silver bottle), to make it flow easier. I like to metal needles because I can run a .030 wire in to remove any dried glue.

I fill the Henna bottle 3/4 full and put in several (10 max) drops of water. I've made a glue shaker out of a cheap-o jig saw with a big pill bottle attached to a blade with electrical tape. I run it about a minute to mix the water and glue completely.

I'll post a picture of the glue shaker if anyone is interested.
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Tried brushes did not like

I seem to keep useing unfolded paper clip. Or the tip of my worn out exacto knife
No worries. Whatever works for you, and feels the most comfortable.

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