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    Question How makes superglue with the brush applicator?

    Who makes superglue (CA) in the bottles with a brush applicator?

    I'm getting tired of the old bottles that I have, sometimes putting too much on when I only wanted a drop!

    Are they easy enough to find in the big hardware stores?

    Thanks!
    Brian

    P.S. The title should be "WHO makes..." *not* "HOW makes...." sheesh....
    Last edited by bgreer; 08-12-2013 at 02:59 PM.

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    Mine is Locktite brand - I think I got it at a big box store, not sure which one. Cliff

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    Elmers makes one called Instant Krazy Glue. Any hardware or dollar store or Walgreens etc.
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    Loctite or Krazy Glue - whatever they've got at WalGreen's or CVS. Same, same.

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    I got the Krazy Glue color change at Staples.

    Beaver

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    Purple color change Krazy glue. I've bought it at Walmart, craft, and hardware stores. Don't forget to trim the brush quite a bit to allow it to be applied in smaller amounts.

    Wayneb

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    A tip once you get your bottle of brush on glue...

    Trim the brush on an angle to make a fine point. Something that will help, cut the brush from the FRONT, not from the back of the brush. So hold the brush so the tip is facing you and cut with some sharp scissors from your side to the handle. If you cut from this direction, the bristles will cut and not just push out of the way like when you try and cut from the other direction.

    I usually will clean the brush off with acetone to get all the superglue off before trimming, but you can do it with glue, just clean your scissors quickly afterwards.

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