Put An End to Drips and Spills When we shop tested these dual chamber glue bottles in our shop, their innovative design and performance impressed us right away. The dual chamber uses simple fluid hydraulics: a small squeeze of the large chamber yields a large amount of dispensed glue. An angled tip allows nearly effortless application of a neat bead of glue both horizontally and vertically. Includes 10 extra tips (5 blade and 5 pinpoint). 4 oz. Made in China.
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from Nutley, NJ
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Comments about FastCap ''Babe-Bot'' 4 oz. Glue Bottle with 10 tips:
ALL other bottles collect dried glue at the nozzle. This bottle's suck-up feature solves that problem completely.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Hernando Beach, FL
About Me Professional
Works great for accurate, neat glueing.
Great idea for applying glue!
from High Ridge, MO
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Could use a tighter fitting cap, also extra caps, as I will probably lose this one! Delivery was very fast! I like the fact that there are extra tips, of various designs; adds to the value of the product.
Fabulous. Works as expected
from Rochester, NY
I use this product when creating window treatments. It works perfect for fine areas.
from Denver, CO
These GlueBots and BabeBots are extremely useful for storing and dispensing not only glue, but a variety of wipe-on finishes. i use wipe-on stains, wash coats of 1 lb cut shellac, and wipe-on finishes, and these bottles do the job better than any other type of storage bottle.I have found that glues and finishes come in sizes that tend to harden up or skim over before I can get through the entire quantity purchases. In the majority of cases, this degradation can be totally avoided if unused portions are kept in airtight containers which are fully topped up. So when I buy a quart of wood glue, I break it down into a sixteen oz gluebot, a eight oz random bottle and two 4 oz babe bots. When both babebots are empty, I transfer the contents of the 8 oz bottle to two clean babebots; when these two are empty, I transfer the contents of the 16 oz gluebot to the eight ounce bottle and the two clean 4 oz babebots. This way, only one four oz babe at a time has content that is exposed to air, and I find that I am never throwing product away.