The Glue Arts Glider Pro+ is easy to use and the adhesive sticks strongly. This adhesive bonds well to papers, plastics, wood, metal, foam - even glass and stone. The Glider Pro+ has multi-directional, continuous application control. Run out of tape? No problem. Just pop in a refill roll and keep on crafting. The single-use cartridge loads quickly and easily. No more wasting your craft time trying to figure out how to reload. It also features:
The glider is easy to use and hold, has replacement cartridges available for a minimal cost (which is important when you use as many as I do) and it's easy to replace. I've tried others, but this is the glue applicator that I keep coming back to.
I was amazed at how little pressure was required to roll the adhesive on to the project. Working on small items is easy because of the multi-directional feature. If you have stiffness and/or weakness in your hands the handle is large and easy to grip. It glides easily. I'm very happy with this purchase.
This adhesive dispenser holds a lot of tape! What I like about this one is that I can buy refills. I hate buying dispensers that I have to throw away after use. It is well balanced too. My hand does not get tired at all. I am glad that I found this. The adhesive holds firm too.
I was very comfortable using this applicator. I liked how the dispenser glided easily on the paper. Only con was because of the ease of use, you use more of the adhesive, which causes it to run out quicker. Best solution for this it to apply fingernail size adhesive to coorners and one in the center for a pattern to minimize overuse.
The plus of this applicator is having a huge amount of adhesive on one roll vs. having to buy several replacement rolls. The other plus is adhesive is strong. My issue has to do with the applicator. Maybe I'm applicator challenged but the roller is hard to position and the tape just goes a bit wonky. I also had trouble getting it to stop which leaves tape over the edges. You can push it back but the applicator isn't something I'm really wowed over. The other trick will be to see how easy it really is to put in the replacement roll. Just give me something that doesn't take an engineering degree to figure out.
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