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Fly Head Cement with Applicator Bottle

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1/2 oz.

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  • SKU: 1030012

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Ensure your flies, poppers and terrestrials are ready to endure the rigors of fly fishing. Mixed with the perfect viscosity and very fast drying, this Fly Head Cement is dispensed from 1/2 ounce squeeze applicator bottle which literally allows you to dress flies with pin-point accuracy. Won’t clog, won’t leak and won’t dry up. Size: 1/2 oz.

Fly Head Cement with Applicator Bottle 3.4 5 5 5
Good Deal Very good quality cement, holds well. Only disadvantage is it has a tendency to drip, which can be easily avoided by squeezing some air out of the bottle before turning it up and applying it to the fly. April 5, 2012
Head cement dispenser Keeps cement from drying out. Is a little slow getting the cement out but no big deal really. January 9, 2012
No DRIP Tip I have been using this myself with good resluts. I had suffered thru the continus dripping too, until a friend told me about how to stop the drips.. If you will give the bottle a little squeeze when you pick it up, expelling a little air, then apply your glue, and then let go, the extra vacuum in the bottle will pull the glue from the needle applicator, and stop it from dripping. March 16, 2011
More time spent cleaning... I have had lousy luck with this product. On the first application, I used a drop (light squeeze), and then the nozzle kept dripping when it was sitting on the table. After that initial use, The nozzle consistently was clogged and would have to be cleaned at EVERY use - which required me to remove the cap and clean it with the included needle from both sides. Even then, the nozzle would just clog... I spent more time trying to clean the nozzle than I did tying. The glue was even gummy as if it was flexament. Save money, either buy a different brand or use the needle/bodkin method. July 16, 2009

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