C/A APPLICATOR TOOL

Flex-I-File C/A APPLICATOR TOOL
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 Flex-I-File # flx805
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  • Flex-I-File Product Number: 805
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"Excellent tool"
James E
This really helps with applying the CA glue to just the right spot. Much better than a toothpick and easy to wipe off when done.

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  • Flex-I-File Product Number: 805

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"jGood tool but delicate"
lbrown248
This tool works great. It has two fork like prongs on the end for wicking and holding the CA glue. The glue will flow out from the tool when the tips of the forks are touched to the model. But...the forks are delicate. I was cleaning dried glue from mine and snapped off one of the forks. Now that I know I'll be more careful about keeping the tip clean on the next one I order.

 
"Must have tool"
EvergreenForever
This is something I wish I had purchased years ago. The glue stays on the tip until touched to the model and places it right where you want it. This tool makes c/a gluing a lot less messy and gives your model a much more professional look when finished. It works best for me when putting a small bead of c/a on each part edge then let dry, next assemble the parts and touch this applicator to the seam and let capillary action do the rest. If the tip gets clogged just dip it in the c/a glue again and it will loosen it up quickly. Worth the money and makes gluing cleaner.

 
"Right tool for the job"
mmthrax (Plano, TX)
This is like a tiny tuning fork. It allows you to pick up a tiny amount of glue. Much less than a drop. Much better than trying to squeeze a small amount from a tube, or even using a toothpick. I use the backside of a sour cream lid as a palette, squeeze on a drop of glue, and then use this tool to move very small amounts of glue to where I need them. I suppose I could use a filed down sewing needle stuck in the end of a dowel, but since I didn't think of that first, I don't mind paying the guy who did. It's worth the money.

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