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P-10 Pipettes for the most precise application of CA glue from Satellite City Instant Glues
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NEW P-10 Pipettes 10/box precision CA glue applicators
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<b>NEW</b> P-10 <b>Pipettes 10/box</b> precision CA glue applicators
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P-10 is a box of 10 pipettes for CA glue

Our new pipettes allow you to apply CA glue more precisely than ever before. To use them, unscrew the spout from the bottle. Squeeze the bulb of the pipette, insert the tip into the glue, then release the bulb. The pipette will suck up the CA glue. After making sure no glue is dripping, position the tip of the pipette where you want to apply the glue, and gently squeeze the bulb. In this way, you can squeeze out a single drop at a time more easily than with our spouts or even our Pro Tips.

When you are finished, squeeze all of the CA glue back into the bottle, and put the spout back on the bottle to seal it. You can rinse out the pipette with acetone or a little of our Super Solvent CA glue debonder to clean it and prevent clogging before your next use.

These pipettes work with Hot Stuff Original thin CA glue as well as Super T medium gap-filling CA glue and Special T thick ultra gap-filling CA glue, although it will take longer for the bulb to suck in the Super T and Special T. You can even use these pipettes to apply our NCF Hot and Mild accelerator and Spray'N'Cure foam-safe accelerator if you are concerned about overspray.