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  1. I had to swing by Rockler to pick up a gallon of Titebond 3 glue for making cutting boards. While I was there I saw the 3 Piece Silicone Glue Set next to it. I did a quick search on the cell phone and checked out the reviews for it and decided to pick it up. When doing cutting boards you either need to use a brush, roller or your finger to spread the glue. I had used regular brushes and they did not work well and neither dd the roller. So I have just used my finger to spread it which worked good for me. I have to say that the silicon brush works really well, even better than using my finger. I also gave the silicon spreader a try and it worked well as long as it is on a wider and flat surface. It was not as good for the wood strips. But for wider boards it works good. The brush and the spreader spread the glue evenly and then the glue lays smooth. The silicone glue tray would be good for small jobs, but for cutting boards you pretty much have to use the bottle. Once done with the gluing you can just rinse it off and the glue comes out easily, or you can just let it dry and the glue will peel off easily. One complaint that I saw online about letting the glue dry on the brush is that sometimes when you peel the glue off a bristle or two can pull out. http://www.rockler.com/rockler-3-piece-silicone-glue-application-kit
  2. From the album: Perfume Applicators

    The same buckeye burl applicator with the lid removed.
  3. Hi all, the last couple of days I have had time to put on the lathe and actually get something done. So I decided that I would do a few of these perfume applicators that I had not done before. I hear that in some areas they can be pretty hot sellers too so we'll see how it goes. The first one is made from Buckeye burl Then one done in Bocote. The lids can be a bit of a pain to put together because they are so small, not much bigger than a dime. I had to put a block of wood between the applicator lid and the press rod so that they would have enough length to reach the lid. Thanks for looking
  4. From the album: Perfume Applicators

    Here's the same bocote perfume applicator with the lid removed.
  5. From the album: Perfume Applicators

    Another perfume applicator pen, this time in Bocote.
  6. From the album: Perfume Applicators

    Completed buckeye burl perfume applicator pen
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