I needed a dependable glue gun for my wreath making business. I noticed the Surebonder brand featured in some of my wreath making books and was curious about other brands and how they stacked up. I spent many hours on the internet reading reviews and blogs from crafters both novice and professional, paying close attention to their comments about ergonomics, ease of use, length of time unit requires to heat up and throughout the whole process, I always came back to the Surebonder High-temp Cordless Glue Gun. In wreath making, the last thing I want to do is drag a cord over my creation, especially if some of the ornaments have yet to set. For my purposes alone, I cannot imagine using a glue gun with a cord attached to it. Funny thing is, I wasn?t looking for a cordless glue gun and now I can?t imagine working without it. It's got great features. Plug the gun in and it?s ready to go in just a few minutes. Glue stays wicked hot while off the base for a good 5-8 minutes. The gun fits my manly hand comfortably. There?s a great little orange light that lets you know the unit is on. I did the research. BUY THIS ONE! No cords, no fuss. I've been shopping Overstock for a few years now and have never had a single gripe. Another consideration, being a frugal New England Yankee, Overstock's shipping rates make great sense.
Un-Du is the answer to all of those annoying price stickers and UPC labels that are on everything you buy. A little drop goes a long way, and the black "blade" helps to make those stickers glide right off. It even took up carpet glue from my tile floor which has been in place for about eight years. Don't hesitate ... buy it now!!!
I am in pain to peel of the stickers and labels of all my new stuffs, especially some used books or some no longer needed stickers on the books because they are getting old and its hard to take it off, using this can melts it and easily to peel them off not a pain!. but the only thing im worry is that, its way too easy and im afraid that might be harmful to our skin so i think it;s always better not to touch or just do it with golves
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