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    Super Member karenpatrick's Avatar
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    Does anyone know where to buy that little metal tip that goes in the top of the glue bottle to regulate the flow of glue coming out? Also, what's it called? Don't know where to look cause I don't know what it's called! Thanks for your help.

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    I ordered it from Amazon.com. It comes with two bottles and seven tips, two of which are metal. Just go to the Amazon site and search for "bottles and tips." Loew Cornell is the manufacturer. Hope this helps.

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    I've seen them at my local art supply stores. I believe some people have found them at Michael's.

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    Don't know if they still have them, but Hobby Lobby has had stuff like that.

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    Micheals has them usually in the glue aisle

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    Try the paint aisle I know they have them there.
    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick View Post
    Does anyone know where to buy that little metal tip that goes in the top of the glue bottle to regulate the flow of glue coming out? Also, what's it called? Don't know where to look cause I don't know what it's called! Thanks for your help.
    Earleen The best helping hand is at the end of your arm.

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