Hot Melt Glue and Guns

Small and Large Hot Melt Glue Guns

Hot melt glue guns are versatile tools that offer a quick and reliable adhesive solution for various projects. At Oxlades, we offer both small and large hot melt glue guns to cater to your specific requirements. Our small hot melt glue guns are compact and lightweight, perfect for intricate crafts and projects that require precision. They provide a controlled flow of melted glue, ensuring neat and accurate application. On the other hand, our large hot melt glue guns are ideal for bigger projects, providing a more substantial adhesive output for efficient and fast bonding.

Glue Guns Sticks

To complement our hot melt glue guns, we also offer a range of glue sticks in mini and large sizes. These glue sticks are designed to fit perfectly into our hot melt glue guns, ensuring a seamless and hassle-free application process. Our mini glue sticks are excellent for delicate projects that require a smaller amount of adhesive, while the large glue sticks are perfect for larger-scale crafts and repairs.

The glue sticks we offer are made from high-quality materials, ensuring a strong and durable bond between various surfaces. They are designed to melt quickly and evenly, providing a smooth and consistent flow of adhesive for optimal results. Whether you're working with fabric, paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, or certain metals, our glue sticks will adhere to your chosen materials securely.

Shopping at Oxlades means you can trust in the quality of our hot melt glue guns and glue sticks. We source our products from reputable manufacturers known for their reliability and performance. We understand the importance of having the right tools and materials for your projects, and our hot melt glue and guns collection is curated to meet your creative needs.

Browse our selection of hot melt glue guns, available in both small and large sizes, and choose the one that suits your preferences. Don't forget to stock up on our glue sticks, offered in mini and large sizes, so you can tackle any project that comes your way. With Oxlades, you can count on top-notch products and excellent customer service to make your crafting and DIY experiences truly exceptional.

Shop now and discover the world of possibilities with hot melt glue guns and glue sticks from Oxlades!


Hot Melt Glue and Guns FAQs

A hot glue gun is a versatile tool commonly used in crafts, DIY projects, and repairs. It uses a solid adhesive stick that is inserted into the gun, melted by the heat, and then dispensed as a liquid glue. The glue quickly solidifies as it cools down, creating a strong bond between various materials. Here are some common uses for a hot glue gun:

Crafts and DIY projects: They are popular for creating and assembling various craft projects. They can be used to bond materials such as fabric, paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, and certain metals. From making jewellery and decorations to building models and prototypes, the hot glue gun provides a quick and reliable adhesive solution.

Home decor and repairs: Handy tool for home decor projects, such as attaching embellishments to picture frames, creating wreaths, or assembling decorative items. They are also useful for quick fixes around the house, such as repairing loose trim, securing loose upholstery, or fixing broken toys.

Floral arrangements: They can securely attach artificial flowers, foliage, and other decorative elements to floral foam, wreath bases, or other surfaces.

Costume and prop making: Commonly employed in creating costumes and props for theatre, cosplay, or Halloween. They can help bond different materials, such as foam, fabric, and plastic, to bring a costume or prop together quickly.

School projects: Frequently used by students for various school projects. They provide a convenient way to assemble materials, create 3D models, or attach components securely.

It's important to note that hot glue should not be used on delicate or heat-sensitive materials, as it can cause damage. It's always a good idea to test a small area first to ensure compatibility with the materials you're working with.