Post # 1
Hi! I went to Hobby Lobby the other day to get “hot glue.” I found high-temperature hot glue and low-temperature hot glue. I left without buying “hot glue” because I don’t know the difference between the two. Can anyone tell me?
Thanks so much!
Post # 3
High temperature glue hurts a lot more when you burn yourself. LOL.
We use high temp here at the shop, and it gets really hot. I use low temp at home for my wedding projects, and it works just fine!
Post # 4
@Linz1231: “High temperature glue hurts a lot more when you burn yourself.” LOL!! love it.
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
It depends on what you want to use it for. High temp glue isn’t good for paper and plastic that melts easily. If you’re trying to do faux wax glue sticks, you’ll need to use low temp. If you want to use the glue to hold things together like shells on a wreath, hi temp might be better.
Post # 6
LOL, my glue gun here doesn’t burn much at all when I get it on my skin. That work one hurts bad though!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 7
Yep, I was going to say the same thing. High temp will make your fingers hate you. Low temp, just minor dislike.