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Is there a difference in hot glue sticks?
Last Updated: 22nd March, 2020
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Also asked, is there a difference in glue sticks?
They come in at least two different kinds, either hi temp or all/low temp, basically. If you want to push a lot of volume, you may want to use an all/low temp glue stick. But leaving it plugged in all the time might burn the glue. Other than that, it's a bit of a crapshoot.
Subsequently, question is, how long are hot glue sticks? Product information
|Product Dimensions||8 x 7 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||3034518|
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Beside above, what is the strongest hot glue stick?
Surebonder 739 Hot Melt Overview The Surebonder 739 is a high strength adhesive with a long open time. Primarly, Surebonder 739 strongest bonds to wood. The 739 hot melt sticks have great adhesion to metal, plastic, ceramic, coated papers, and other non-porous materials.
Can you eat hot glue sticks?
When used correctly, hot melt glue and glue sticks aren't toxic, and they shouldn't release toxic fumes. There's no clear evidence that hot glue releases toxic fumes if used at the recommended temperatures.