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Thread: Metal glue bottle tips

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    Super Member Kitsie's Avatar
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    Had a heck of a time finding these. Not even Joann's had them.
    Wanted them for my Elmer's glue and such. If anyone else is looking, here is the link:

    https://www.softexpressions.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?

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    Thank you!

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    Thank you sew much, I use Sharon Schambers techn. for binding and have been looking for these.

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    I think I got mine at Michaels.

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    thanks

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    Metal glue bottle tips are hard to find if you do not quite creative.

    I have found them at Michaels in the stained glass/glass painting section.

    Plan B is the make-it-yourself plan. The plastic screw-on applicator part for the glue bottle is easy to find at Michaels/JoAnns/etc. and the metal tip is nothing more than the metal tip of a mechanical pencil. The metal mechanical pencil tip will screw right on to the plastic applicator. Viola - a fine tip for a bottle of glue.

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    Thanks for the links and tips. I've also been looking for one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spydee
    Metal glue bottle tips are hard to find if you do not quite creative.

    I have found them at Michaels in the stained glass/glass painting section.

    Plan B is the make-it-yourself plan. The plastic screw-on applicator part for the glue bottle is easy to find at Michaels/JoAnns/etc. and the metal tip is nothing more than the metal tip of a mechanical pencil. The metal mechanical pencil tip will screw right on to the plastic applicator. Viola - a fine tip for a bottle of glue.
    Great idea! The ones I got are different from the Clotilde ones and a lot cheaper. Haven't checked Michael's yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Quote Originally Posted by Spydee
    Metal glue bottle tips are hard to find if you do not quite creative.

    I have found them at Michaels in the stained glass/glass painting section.

    Plan B is the make-it-yourself plan. The plastic screw-on applicator part for the glue bottle is easy to find at Michaels/JoAnns/etc. and the metal tip is nothing more than the metal tip of a mechanical pencil. The metal mechanical pencil tip will screw right on to the plastic applicator. Viola - a fine tip for a bottle of glue.
    Great idea! The ones I got are different from the Clotilde ones and a lot cheaper. Haven't checked Michael's yet.
    You're right Kitsie! Clotilde's bottles are more expensive but like you, at the time I couldn't find any and I was desperate and glad to see them.

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