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FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle (16 Ounces) $5.99

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Or just use an empty mustard bottle.
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You don't need this...

The vast majority of woodworkers I know and the vast majority that I follow including famous people on TV that've been on TV literally for decades don't use one of these. They typically just get it right out of the bottle which if you're using normal quality wood glue, it's designed for it and they're easy to refill too.

The only other thing I rarely see are people using their favorite condiment squeeze out like a mustard bottle instead.

If you are new to woodworking, you do not need this regardless of what people here may sell you on. Remember the culture here is buy buy buy, spend spend spend, don't think, obey. It's a for profit site. Be smart, even if it's a silly $6.
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You don't need this...

The vast majority of woodworkers I know and the vast majority that I follow including famous people on TV that've been on TV literally for decades don't use one of these. They typically just get it right out of the bottle which if you're using normal quality wood glue, it's designed for it and they're easy to refill too.

The only other thing I rarely see are people using their favorite condiment squeeze out like a mustard bottle instead.

If you are new to woodworking, you do not need this regardless of what people here may sell you on. Remember the culture here is buy buy buy, spend spend spend, don't think, obey. It's a for profit site. Be smart, even if it's a silly $6.
I bought one of these because i got tired of those garbage twist top glue bottles that just dry and get clogged. I would use a mustard bottle but i don't go through those often. The upside to this thing vs a condiment bottle is that the air doesn't rise up through the spout so you don't have to smack it like a condiment bottle.
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If you have this, you will be buying more and more tips. Tips become clogged and fall apart. I suggest any squeeze bottle And using small cheap art brush to apply glue at any angle. Suggest refilling tite bond or gorilla wood glue hand-size squeeze bottles...those glues clean up with water. Better to reuse than buy new.....
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Someone please explain. How is this better than squeezing the regular bottle upside down to dispense? Just because the glue rests at the bottom when sitting and you don't have to shake it when it's near empty? Anything other than that?
Because avid woodworkers buy jugs of glue as refills for these bottles. These also include different applicator tips for different jobs.
I've used these bottles for years and it is a simple and cost efficient glue applicator. Eventually, the tip can tear from removing the dried glue inside but it is still a great applicator and cheap to replace. For those that are calling on fellow woodworkers to not buy this, consider fine, detail applications that these applicator tips allow you to have more control over.
I use these bottles and think that it is worth it. It is a minor cost for convenience. Is it required? Absolutely not. Is it useful? Absolutely. This will not be everyone's experience because not everyone does the same kind of woodwork. However, I don't want people to read these comments and think that this is just a waste of money. It is a cost efficient convenience in the shop and I'll take as many of those as I can get
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I buy glue jugs as well, but I just use an old smaller glue bottle to refill. To each their own, but I've gotten away from all the gimmicks like these. Saved me money and time and never looked back.
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Lots of hate on here. I'm a woodworker and absolutely love this thing. I definitely recommend!
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I can vouch for these as great glue bottles, however if you leave them like quarter full, and let it sit a long time, it will be impossible to get that stuck glue out. (unless there is a technique I don't know)

Still great glue bottle though and great customer service.
A few drops of vinegar help refresh old glue.

"Because of its acidic properties, undiluted vinegar on a rag works to dissolve wood glue. If the glue is exceptionally stubborn, heat the vinegar in the microwave or on a stovetop. Apply the warm vinegar to the wood glue, using a rag or old towe."l
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I think the dispensing tips on titebond bottles work great, and you have great control with the small bottle - have never used any other glue so maybe this bottle would help if you use a brand with a tip you don't like
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Someone please explain. How is this better than squeezing the regular bottle upside down to dispense? Just because the glue rests at the bottom when sitting and you don't have to shake it when it's near empty? Anything other than that?
Most of the people that use this use a ton of glue so they usually buy large bottles of glue that would be too big to dispense from. Think gallon bottle of titebond.
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I paid $1 more than this in 2015. What a sucker I am.
You should have waited
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I just learned that glue has other uses than sniffing it. You live and you learn.
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I buy glue jugs as well, but I just use an old smaller glue bottle to refill. To each their own, but I've gotten away from all the gimmicks like these. Saved me money and time and never looked back.
LOL, I think that if you rearrange the letters in "FastCap", it might spell "gimmick".
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Buy one bottle of titebond as it has a good tip. If it gets clogged, use a zip tie to clean it. Then just get a gallon jug of titebond and refill. The biggest problem with this bottle posted comes if your shop doesn't have HVAC. If the temp increases the increased pressure pushes glue out the spout.
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