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I have been using a plastic syringe to do glue ups. These work very well. They are 2 oz size, which will hold a fair amount of glue. The length fits my hand well. The top ring is large enough for my thumb. It allows for a very controlled rate of flow. After running a glue bead along a board I use a flux brush to paint the glue on. Since I am lazy I do not empty the syringe when finished. The orifice is large enough to pick the dried glue out of the tip. Next time I use it I pick out the dried glue plug with my awl and fresh glue is ready to roll.

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Bill, that is a great and very handy tip! Syringes are something I have in quantity and in variety - but I've never thought of doing that...
And those flux brushes are so cheap, they practically stick them in your shopping cart for free!
We get tons of these credit card offers with stiff and shiny cards that are also handy for spreading glue or wood fillers.

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I use feeding syringes that I get on Amazon for about 50 cents each. Hadn't thought about using these, but have found some one ounce syringes that are nice because they hold small amounts of glue and have a small enough opening to fit into tight spaces for loose joints, for example.

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My wife colors her own hair and there is a bottle that holds the color. It has a very fine tip. I use a round tooth pick to keep the air out. If your wife colors her hair try it and see what you think. You have nothing to loose.

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make sure you get video after she uses the repurposed bottle on her hair....

should make for some entertainment....

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WTG, stick! I can see it now! The hair sylist will be curious as what is in her hair. What a story!
I get my syringes at Tractor Supply. About 49 cents each and they come in different sizes.

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