Friday, December 28, 2012

Rockler Glue Brush Update

Again, I'm not a corporate anything. But the Rockler glue brush has continued to perform as advertised, which is something I rarely find, especially in woodworking specialty stores these days. It's very easy to clean.

I was in the store the other day, and found that they have released a smaller version, which was pretty much the only improvement I would have wanted. The standard version is pretty big. There are tasks for which it is very well suited, (both ends, at that... the paddle end is great for spreading glue on Festool Domino tenons) but there are also tasks for which is feels a little ungainly. The new version has a small brush, and a nub on the other end for working glue into tight corners.

I have an upcoming project that will involve more joinery, so we'll see how well it works when I get that far.

1 comment:

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus said...

I have to agree that the Rockler Glue brush ( I don't have any vested interest either) is a good thing. Easy to clean is a real bonus. I hadnt given any thought to a smaller version so I will keep an eye for it.