Home Repairs on the Go Using Glue Guns
Peeling wallpaper and nail holes in the wall: minor though they are, these slight problems can make an otherwise spotless and up-to-date home look ragged and messy. Even people who spend hours cleaning can put these tasks off because they seem like they’ll take too long for too little pay off. With hot melt glue, these household repairs can be finished in minutes, taking an unsightly home job and turning it into a quick fix that works permanently.
If you've got wallpaper peeling in the upper or lower corners, just heat up the Standard Duty PRO 100 and use its extra heating power to meld the resistant material back to the wall effortlessly. Start your glue trail at the end of the paper that's just coming off from the wall and move in a steady stream to the corner, then to the other side where the paper again meets the wall so that you've outlined your problem area in glue. Then press the paper down in the same way so that you are smoothing it down toward the wall in a fluid motion up to the corner and over to the side. By taking it slowly and moving in one direction, you will avoid bubbling, tearing and overlaps, and the paper will look like new.
To cover up small holes in the wall, use the precision of the Project Pro Needle Nozzle Glue Gun. Determine the angle of the hole as it goes back into the wall and line the gun up to match it. Then squirt a small stream directly into the hole, filling it completely. Allow it to dry. Sand over the glued area so that it's even to the wall, then touch it up with paint to match the rest of the surface.