I LOVE this stuff! I do agree with the other reviewer who said the hinge on the case breaks easily, but mine is still good enough that it clips together just fine still. This stuff is super sticky - it is NOT repositionable unless you don't care if your paper rips. It's easy to use and super easy to refill. I was crushed when Walmart stopped carrying this because I used it for everything - paper, cardstock, ribbon, chipboard, metal, etc. I'm STOKED that sb.com carries it now! The refills aren't super long so you refill it more than others, but the price per refill is so cheap that it doesn't bother me.
These are about $3.99 int he stores, and some with the same amount of ft of glue can go for $8.99! I am glad to have refills also, it makes me feel better I am not putting so much in landfill and using so much plastic.
The strip is a nice width and functions perfectly.
Wendy F. Amaya
LOVE IT....I too was sad when our Wal-Mart quit carrying this.
It is wonderful for scrapbooking and card making. I have the large ATG Pink gun for larger projects, but love this for the smaller things I work on. Soooo glad Scrapbook.Com is trying to get it in!!! Can't wait.
This adhesive is so awesome... I use it 80% of the time. I also like glue tabs for photos. This stays stuck and you an direct it to small areas. Great product.... I too was crushed when Walmart stopped carrying it . So glad to see that Scrapbook.com does though....
I buy these at Walmart. I like this glue runner, because you buy one in the case and then you can buy refills. The adhesive works great on paper and ribbon. The only downfall is that the hinge on the case breaks after awhile.
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I am looking for a replacement for my Kokuyo Tape Runner so I ordered a bunch of options including the Ad Tech Glue Runner. On the plus side this adhesive is pretty strong, maybe not quite as strong as the Kokuyo, but still very good. On the down side it's messy and even if you press down firmly you still get skips and sticky glue strings. I also find it hard to place it correctly. If I start on the edge or in the corner, it doesn't lay down immediately. This isn't the worst option I tried (at least things stayed stuck) and I will probably use it up but I won't be buying any more.