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    Best $4.00 I've spent in awhile

    When I was at Rockler the other day I picked one of these up on a whim.

    I either use my finger to spread glue or an acid brush. If I use my finger I get glue all over myself as well as my work piece. The acid brushes always shed their bristles and I have to pick them out of the glue.

    I tried it today on a bunch of panel glue ups and I'm impressed.

    http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=31128
    So Mote It Be

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    Looks interesting Bob, be curious to hear your thoughts on how it cleans up the dried on stuff....finger user here, only because I can reuse them

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    I just bought 3 of them. Havent user them yet. bought em to fill a order for free shipping. In the ad it says dried glue just flakes off. Iv been a finger guy as well.
    "Its only by minute attention to every detail that you will achieve perfection"

    http://westernreservefurniture.com/

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    I got one too, I love it. The brush works good for glue ups on 3/4" stock, and the flat end is perfect for mortises. I haven't left it over night yet, bt it does clean up easily after 3-4 hours of drying.

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    adding it to my want list
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    Interesting. I've got a couple of silicon bbq brushes, the smaller one I never use, may have a new use for it.
    Darren

    “A determined soul will do more with a rusty monkey wrench than a loafer will accomplish with all the tools in a machine shop.” Robert Hughes (1938-2012), Australian art critic

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    I have now used these for over a month. I must say they work great. I let the glue dry next day just pull off the glue and the brush is new again.
    "Its only by minute attention to every detail that you will achieve perfection"

    http://westernreservefurniture.com/

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    NewWoodworker.com has a great review of this tool:

    http://www.newwoodworker.com/reviews/rckglubrsh.html

    I don't have a local Rockler, but that brush is on my list.

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    I've had an eye on these since they were announced. Glad to hear they are living up to the hype. They are now on my list.
    “We all die. The goal isn't to live forever; the goal is to create something that will.” - Chuck Palahniuk
    Soon to have a web presence! www.reynoldswoodcraft.com (under construction - a long way from done)

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    Like someone else, I added this to an order awhile back. Yep, glue pulls right off.
    Be excellent to each other. - Rufus

    Endevour to persevere.
    -Lone Watie, quoting the Secretary of the Interior


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