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Touch-N-Flow Applicator For Plastic Welder Solvent And C/A Glue Accelerator


  • Join seams with a continuous application
  • Apply a micro-droplet of solvent cement with pin-point accuracy
  • Reach into tight corners and areas
  • Eliminate runs or smears
  • Touch-N-Flow holds plastic solvent cements ready for immediate use


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Touch-N-Flow Applicator

Touch-N-Flow Applicator

Item #: 81778
$11.95

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Touch-N-Flow Applicator For Plastic Welder Solvent And C/A Glue Accelerator


  • Join seams with a continuous application
  • Apply a micro-droplet of solvent cement with pin-point accuracy
  • Reach into tight corners and areas
  • Eliminate runs or smears
  • Touch-N-Flow holds plastic solvent cements ready for immediate use


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Touch-N-Flow Applicator

The Touch-N-Flow Applicator lets you apply just the amount of liquid plastic (solvent type) cement or C/A accelerator you need. How it works: Capillary action draws liquid into the glass tube. Touching the micro-tip to the joint causes the liquid to flow from the tube. Application is easily controlled and precisely positioned.

(Note: not for use with thick glues.)

 

 

Micro-Mark Tip

Our #60363 and #83514 Bellows-Type Applicators (available separately) are great for filling the Touch-N-Flow Applicator with liquid cement, such as Micro-Mark SameStuff.

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4/5/2017 11:18 am

Absolutely the best way to apply liquid plastic cement

by Charles E. Kinzer

I don't know how I ever lived without this thing. This is the best way, by far, to apply liquid plastic cements. The secret is the truly tiny metal tip. (Much tinier than the metal tip on one of the cement packages you can purchase.) It is important to follow the instructions which include frequently touching the tip to a paper towel or similar to keep the tip clear as it is possible to get a little softened plastic on it. Not only can I assemble much faster, but I never get any unwanted cement anywhere, or too much cement. Also, you can set it down sideways and cement will not run out of the glass pipette part.