The GluBot™ is made out of polyethylene and is resistant to all solvents, except ones that are corrosive to that polymer or extremely high temps (80C+).
Does the 2P-10 XTip fit on the GluBot?
No, it only works on the BabeBot and the HighBot. The GluBot has a larger retaining ring.
Does it work with the thick Titebond molding and trim glue?
Yes, it should!
Is there a trick to keep the GluBot from clogging up the nozzle?
Go slow the first few times you use the GluBot. If you apply careful pressure when squeezing the bottle you should be able to get just the right amount of glue to dispense, and when you release the pressure it should suck the glue back into the bottle. If you squeeze too hard you will dispense too much glue which can coat the tip and cause clogs. Use a paper towel when you are done using the GluBot to wipe off any excess glue on the tip, and then replace the red cap firmly to prevent air from reaching the glue. If you only use theGluBot occasionally only put a small amount of glue in the bottle when you go to use it, and then wash out the glue bot with hot water when you are done. If you let the GluBot sit for an extended period of time the glue in the bottle will harden and can cause clogs. If you use the GluBot a lot you don’t have to worry about this. A pin can be used to break up any clogs in the tip if you have not used the bottle in a while.
Will the GluBot hold lacquer and acetone thinner? From being a painter all these years, I know that it will melt a lot of plastics?
The GluBot is made out of polyethylene and is resistant to all solvents, except ones that are corrosive to that polymer or extremely high temps (80C+).
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