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Handy Hint: Glue Spreader

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There are times when you just don't have that silicone brush, acid brush, or Popsicle stick, what are you going to do?   Use your finger!  But not just any finger -- use your pinkie finger.   Why?  You are less likely to smear the glue on the finish surface and cause a glue blotch or get glue all over your tool handle or glue bottle.

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Ok now I gotta try. But this is why I wear an apron in the shop.......messed up too many pair jeans.

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Yeah, I have a couple of shirts that still have Titebond 3 or Gorilla PVA on them.   Stuff never washes out.

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so what happens when bite yur finger nails...

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20 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

so what happens when bite yur finger nails...

...or forget and lick your finger thinking it was glaze off of a donut:rolleyes:

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9 hours ago, Stick486 said:

so what happens when bite yur finger nails...

Three rules of plumbing:

1. Poop goes down

2. Stink goes up

3. Don't chew your fingernails

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Thanks, Dave, thanks a lot! I got all excited when you mentioned glaze off of the doughnut...then I realized you were talking about glue. There goes my day...

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3 minutes ago, kmealy said:

Three rules of plumbing:

1. Poop goes down

2. Stink goes up

3. Don't chew your fingernails

 

True...but you can always tell the difference between a pipefitter and a plumber...the plumber never chews his fingernails...

 

Oh, and you forgot the most important rule..."poop don't run uphill"

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Well, ok.  Pinkie finger, eh?

Um, how do I get the glue out of my nose?

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8 hours ago, PeteM said:

Well, ok.  Pinkie finger, eh?

Um, how do I get the glue out of my nose?

:lol::D:lol:

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I'm not getting into that mess!

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Well you have two options

- Spread with the left

- Pick with the right

 

or

- Use it to manscape your nose hair (or even your ear hair)

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12 hours ago, PeteM said:

Well, ok.  Pinkie finger, eh?

Um, how do I get the glue out of my nose?

 

Have you ever noticed that the size of your nostrile is the same size as your index finger?

 

 

 

Now, be honest - How many of you are now checking this fact?

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12 hours ago, PeteM said:

Um, how do I get the glue out of my nose?

 

leave it...

cure your runny nose problem...

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14 hours ago, PeteM said:

Well, ok.  Pinkie finger, eh?

Um, how do I get the glue out of my nose?

 

Yank it real fast.  Won't have to trim those nose hairs for a month.  Same as a wax job.

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