How to Choose the Right Glue Gun
When in the market for a glue gun, you want to make sure you get the right one to suit your specific needs. With all the makes and models out there, you’ll be able to match a gun to your particular requirements easily. There’s no need to suffer with the wrong size or power or heat of gun when you can purchase a glue gun and glue sticks that fit your mold perfectly.
Crafters: Look for smaller guns that can glue at any angle and heat quickly. The Detailer Mini Glue Gun and the Cool Shot Super Low Temp. Mini Glue Gun will work perfectly for projects large and small. If you work mostly with paper, consider the Photo Mount Super Low Temp. Mini Glue Gun which leaves a thin line of glue that won’t be seen underneath the finest of materials.
Wood and Glass Workers: For wood, glass and jewelry work, it’s not the gun so much as the glue that matters. You can use the small, medium, or large Light Duty Hot Glue Gun for your craft. If you are working with wood, use Woodworking Hot Melt Adhesive. For plastic, use AcriLux. Fabrics have their own special glue sticks — Fabric Hot Melt Glue Sticks. Jewelry Hot Melt Glue Sticks work to secure gems to any glass, plastic or metal surface.
Construction Workers: Hot melt glue isn’t just for small home projects. Use the Ultra-Tac Polyamide Glue Sticks or the Tuff-Tac High Performance Glue Sticks combined with a Heavy Duty Hot Melt Glue Gun or an Industrial Glue Gun to firmly secure carpeting, drywall, aluminum siding or other heavy and not-easily glued materials in large quantities.
Whatever your needs — large or small, delicate or heavy-duty — there’s a glue gun for you.