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  • Courtney Maynard

    What the Teacher Wants! Clog free glue bottles

  • Pastimes Quilt Design

    How to keep the glue lids from clogging: 1. Take the lids off of the glue and put into a bowl. 2. Add 2 tablespoons of oil (any kind) to your bowl of lids. Get the oil inside the lids too! 3. Rinse the lids. Don't worry about getting all of the oil off. It works in your favor! 4. Put the lids on and enjoy clog free glue!

  • Josette Brouwer

    Vegetable oil in the glue caps = clog free glue. Would this really work...need to experiment.

  • Kathleen O'Neil

    clog-free glue bottles 1. Take off caps (you might need pliers) and put caps in a bowl. 2. Add 2 tbsps of vegetable oil (any kind) to your bowl of lids. Get the oil inside the lids, too. 3. Rinse the lids. Don't worry about getting all of the oil off. It works in your favor. 4. Put the lids on and enjoy clog free glue.

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