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Anyone else get tired of only getting a few uses from a tube of Super Glue before the cap sticks to the nozzle? I can usually twist the cap off with pliers, damage the nozzle, and get a few more baits glued, but what a waste! I've thrown away well over a dozen bottles this year. Any responsible super glue users ever get to use the full tube before it's trash time? What gives?

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get a bottle of the liquid and you can open and reclose the lid.  to apply, use a toothpick.  this method has worked for me for a long time.

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My 8 year old can't be trusted with it either, but I have no problem using it to the very last drop.  Wipe the tip off before putting the cap on.  Don't leave the cap off for 5 minutes while you're jacking around.  Keep the bottle upright and not just rolling around on the floor.  

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5 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

  Wipe the tip off before putting the cap on.  Don't leave the cap off for 5 minutes while you're jacking around.  Keep the bottle upright and not just rolling around on the floor.  

 

  All the above  ^.      I've been using all sorts of superglues for years in model building and whatnot.  The above advice is the way to go, Especially wiping the tip o1ff.

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