What would you like to do?
it depends on what you are using the glue for. fur instants, im doing an art project that includes feathers, silk, string, and a paper plate. then i should use hot glue. if im… gluing cooked clay, i should use super glue. thx
Hot glue and super glue are for different uses. Both are good within their use.
Between 240 and 380 degrees, depending on whether it is a low heat or high heat gun.
A hot glue gun is hot. Of course. Cold glue is too runny and hardly does the job. Robert Brooklyns found out that by heat and glue, it makes whatever stick better to whatever …than cold glue. Now you know!no one cares... hot is supposed to be hot and that is it!
Put a paper towel over the spot and use an iron on top of the towel to heat up the glue...you may have residue to scrape/wash out..but, it should significantly help.
Yes -- for sure. It's really the safest way to use hot glue since the paper acts as a drop cloth for your floors. You can even use hot glue to prevent diarrhea and on your eye… lids to prevent wandering eye disfu
A spray adhesive would be best for this.
you put glue in the middle and push. or just staple it.
Put glue on the tissue paper dumb ppl.
Yes you can but it`ll fall of probably if it is in rain ANS 2 - Rain won't affect it.
yes it will most likely ANS 2 -Hot glue will also melt many kinds of foam. -Much better to use Clearco 444 (from craft stores,) or PL300 from hardware stores.
Hot glue won't really work to hold a bolt in place with any strength.
The common , cheap glue guns operate around 250 F. The more expensive Hi-temp glue guns work around 380-400 F.
Only if the medium to be glued is wood or paper.
Hot glue is a solid, waxy plastic material that joins materials by both cohesion and absorption. It is typically heated in a "glue gun" before being applied. Glue temperatures… are primarily in ranges around 250°F (120°C) and 380°F (193°C). When it cools, any glue that has seeped into porous materials creates a hard bond. On non-porous materials, the adhesion is similar to other surface bonding glues. Hot glue does not shrink much as it bonds (compared to volatile glues), does not require lengthy curing, and is water resistant. Most hot glues are not resistant to heat or chemical action, but some have greater tolerances. Hot glue is used for corrugated cardboard, and for foam products that cannot be exposed to solvent glues. It is also used for some electronics applications where higher temperatures cannot be applied, and will normally not occur during operation.