MMMAD124

Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator

0.14 oz - 1Unit - Clear

Reg. Price $4.27

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Scotch Super Glue Liquid comes in a precision applicator and features patented droplet control technology for the ultimate in precision dispensing. Droplets are controlled with the easy-squeeze finger pads of the dispenser. The clog-resistant, stay-fresh bottle avoids dry-out. Use on wood, metal, ceramic, leather, rubber, vinyl and more. Glue bonds quickly.

  • Additional Info
SKU
MMMAD124
Manufacturer
3M
Manufacturer Part Number
AD124
Brand Name
Scotch
Product Type
Super Glue
Application/Usage
Wood
Features
Clog Resistant
Glue Quantity
0.14 oz

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Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator
 
3.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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1.0

Great Product, Terrible Design

By Peter M

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator:

This has been one of the most disappointing containers for any product that I have used. It seemed to be designed to leave a third of the glue inside the container. I should of of just bought a tube since that is all that is inside the plastic. At least than i would have been able to use the whole .14 ounces. Although the picture is a different adhesive, its the same design container.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Scotch Super Glue, Gel In Precision Not goos afte

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator:

Scotch® Super Glue, Gel In Precision ok for 1st use but not reusable after 1st use did not work I could not get the glue to come out applicator did not work will not buy again waste of my time and money on this product. used a few dots the 1st time so its not like I use the whole bottle .

 
5.0

Great Glue

By Stephen A

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator:

Me and my kids love to use the Scotch® Super Glue Liquid in Precision Applicator

 
5.0

Stuck Like Glue

By Anonymous

from St. Francisville, LA

Comments about Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator:

I received a sample of Scotch Super Glue and was excited to try it. I was thinking it was just an ordinary glue, but was pleasantly surprised at how well it actually works. I love the fact that it has a stay fresh bottle, meaning it won't dry out or clog. It works on many different materials. I had a watch band where the little piece that the band goes under broke. I used the glue to fix it and it worked. Since it works on a variety of things, I'm sure this little bottle will come in handy one day.

 
5.0

Scotch Super Glue Gel in Precision Applicator

By Frank P

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch Super Glue Liquid w/Precision Applicator:

I tried this on several materials and found it to be really a super holding glue. I also found the cap did keep the bottle from clogging between applications.

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