Big Horn 19407B 15cc Glue Injector, 12-Pack

April 11, 2018 - Comment

Use these glue injectors to inject glue into hard to get at places and veneers. Made in USA. Product Features Use for hard to get at areas Made in USA

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Use these injectors to inject into hard to get at places and veneers. Made in USA.

Product Features

  • Use for hard to get at areas
  • Made in USA

Comments

R. Bruce McCreary says:

Perfect for foaming urethane glue injection! The tips (polypropylene) can be squashed flat with smooth jaw pliers and then will slip into a 1/16″ gap and still allow glue to pass. Though a fine tip, it can be used with fresh Elmer’s urethane glue. For urethane glue, this is a very sweet glue injector. The finer metal tipped syringes which work great with wood glues and other thin glues don’t work with urethane glue- it’s a bit too thick.This product made my day today- I had a tough repair job of about 35 feet of just…

IAmAnonnimos says:

Great items! Well made for the price Good items – great price. They appear to be ‘use once, toss’ for most applications, as I don’t see how they could be cleaned. The plunger is very tight and will definitely do the job. My only issue with them is that the nozzle is way too narrow for what I want to use them for.But they are going into the garage for wood working glue jobs. Just won’t work for the thick epoxies that are used on boats, which is what I originally bought them for, but they will, as I said, still be…

Cherie Pettit says:

Great for glass bedding a synthetic stock I use these for glass bedding rifles. With synthetic stocks, it can be tough to get the epoxy to adhere to the plastic in the stock so you have to create mechanical locks. Basically it involves drilling holes in different directions in the stock to make sure the epoxy is stuck in there once it hardens with or without stock adherance. These items make it a breeze to ensure the holes are completely filled and the mechanical locks are more secure. It keeps them from having air pockets as well,…

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