A: I am not sure but maybe you could try using a single edge razor blade?
A: For the glass I would suggest using a straight edge razor blade and scrape it off. It should just slide right under it.
A: Spray Mist on any type of Alcohol such as denatured or Isoprophal.....glue will peel right off.
A: Hello - To remove the dried glue from glass, you can try applying rubbing alcohol or acetone using a cotton swab. Work from the edges until you can lift the glue. You can also try WD-40. While these methods should also work on wood, they may damage the finish/paint. Softening the glue using a hair dryer is an alternative method to try for the wood siding. Hope this helps! - Your Arrow Fastener Team
A: use a rag sprayed with WD-40 gently rub around the corner of the glue and with a scrapper gently pry off the corners. If you don't have WD-40 then use cooking oil and do same it will work.
A: Hello - They are cylindrical/round with a 1/2" (12mm) diameter. - Your Arrow Fastener Team
A: THE SHAPE IS ROUND. I HAVE NOT SEEN OVAL SHAPE GLUE STICKS. TRY TO GOOGLE. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR SEARCH.
A: These are round.
A: These are round for the glue gun I purchased with these sticks
A: Theses are round sticks
A: Hello - These glue sticks should work with glue guns that use 1/2" diameter glue sticks. Check the specifications for your glue gun to be sure. - Your Arrow Fastener Team
A: They work best on plastic. Mike
A: If you follow the directions, everything will work well
A: Hello - Our all-purpose glue sticks can be used for woodworking, ceramics, leather, canvas, fabrics, cardboard, plastics and metal. Thanks for the question. - Your Arrow Fastener Team
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