What type of glue can be used with the Max Glue Injector?
We recommend water-based glue, for the longevity of the product and easy cleaning. With proper care, this product will last for years!
What comes with the Max Glue Injector?
Durable 1 piece high impact polycarbonate plastic barrel with integrated double handle grip with removable plunger., and solid brass machined nozzle tip with 1/32” opening. (A 1/16" nozzle brass tip for higher volume dispensing is available to purchase separately from your retailer, please check our list of vendors.)
Whats the maximum pressure?
The Max Glue Injector can achieve pressure up to 600 PSI depending on the users strength, for unbelievable glue dispensing!
How do I disassemble the Max Glue Injector, and what tool works best?
No tools necessary, to removing the brass nozzle tip from the barrel simply unscrew it off counter clock wise. Plunger and o-rings can be taken apart by hand. [TIP: If dry, wet o-rings and barrel before use.]
How do I clean the Max Glue Injector?
Disassemble glue injector and soak in warm soapy water over night or as needed. Then rinse with warm water and lay glue injector parts on a dry towel to air dry. [TIP: Glue injector may be submerged in water indefinitely to prevent glue from hardening, for storage remove brass nozzle tip for thorough cleaning reassemble and store glue injector wet or dry at room temperature.
How do I put glue in the Max Glue Injector?
We recommend pulling out the plunger just past the EASY-FILL hole located on the side of the injector. Push glue bottle firmly to the hole and fill to desired amount. We recommend using specialized glue bottle tips to increase ease of use.
How do I re-glue joints?
Use a 1/32" or larger drill bit to drill a hole into the cavity where the furniture joints need gluing. (A 1/16" nozzle brass tip for higher volume dispensing is available to purchase separately from your retailer, please check our list of vendors.)
Gently place the brass tip into the drilled hole. Squeeze the plunger and the grip together with steady pressure to fill the drilled hole. Squeeze the plunger and the grip together with steady to fill the drilled hole until excess glue begins to appear around joints.
Remove the excess glue and apply clamps. When dry, remove the clamps and fill the drilled hole with glue again if necessary. Touch up with color.
How do I re-glue veneer?
Drill a 1/32” hole into the veneer where gluing is needed.
Inject a small amount of glue into the drilled hole. Roll the area with a roller to spread the glue evenly. [TIP: A wooden wallpaper roll works well.]
Remove excess glue and apply a clamp.