Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'glue brush'

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Re-Usable Silicon Glue Brushes

12-13-2012 01:13 AM by Roger | 22 comments »

Maybe I should have put this under reviews, but, oh well. I wanted to share these brushes I bought at the Dollar Store the other day. You get a large and a small silicon brush for 2 bux. I took em home, gave em a trim as you can see in the pic, because the bristles were too limp. I did trim the larger one after I took this pic. These make awesome re-usable glue brushes. They do a good job spreadin the glue. Let them dry, and the glue just comes right off of em, and they’re ready to go a...

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Hide Glue #1: Make Your Own (Non-Metallic) Hide Glue Brush!

01-27-2009 08:28 AM by David | 6 comments »

I have been gearing up for a particular project. In preparation I have been doing a bit of research on using hide glue. For the purist, it is best to use a glue brush without a metal ferrule. The reasoning behind this is the metal ferrule can potentially cause a black stain. There are brushes available for hide glue but there are rather expensive. For the time being, I am spending shop funds on materials and tools. The focus of this blog is to show an inexpensive alternative to an expensiv...

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