January 2002's
Glue of the Month

LePage's new Easy Flow System

What we at This to That like most about glue and the glue industry is that it never stops trying to improve itself. Some might wonder what could be improved when it comes to basic PVA (white glue), but recently LePage came up with a redesigned bottle for their White Glue, Carpenter's Glue and Outdoor Wood Glue. It is called The Easy Flow System. The plastic of this bottle is flexible and more squeezable than many other glue bottles, to help squeeze out those last few drops. The bottle also has a flat side so it may be stored on it's side for faster dispensing. It also has a built in keeper for the cap when the glue is in use, so it won't get lost. This also keeps the cap out of the way rather than dangling from a small piece of plastic just long enough to get in between the nozzle and what you are gluing. (We are sure we are not the only one's that are bothered by this.) In the competitive world of adhesives, where there are so many glues to choose from, the packaging can make a big difference. And let's face it, what good is a glue if you can't get it out of the container. Thank you LePage.

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