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Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…

Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…

$27.16

(13 customer reviews)
Last updated on September 28, 2022 3:01 am Details
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  • Everyone’s favorite for easy, no mess bonding
  • Goes on purple and dries clear so you can see where you are gluing
  • Smooth for easy application
  • Acid free, photo safe, nontoxic and washable
  • Super case of 60 glue sticks. Perfect for classroom use

Specification: Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…

Manufacturer

‎Elmers

Brand

‎Elmer's

Item Weight

‎1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎10 x 3.63 x 3.25 inches

Item model number

‎E503

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Color

‎Standard Stick

Material Type

‎Glue

Number of Items

‎1

Size

‎60 Count

Manufacturer Part Number

‎E503

Photos: Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…

13 reviews for Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…

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  1. Robert Brooks

    While I recognize this is my own fault for not looking hard enough at the size of these sticks, I was extremely disappointed to find that these are no thinker than my baby finger. These are not the same size you buy in stores. I wouldn’t be so disappointed if there were ANY value here, but there isn’t. For the same amount of money, I could have doubled the amount of glue if I had only just bought it at a local store. Just be careful you know what your buying here.

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  2. Frugal Family of Four

    They don’t work. After covering entire surface with a thick coat of glue and pressing down forcefully, I can barely get two pieces of paper to stick together. I can’t believe how not sticky these are. My daughter was frustrated to tears. I am going to have to buy more of the Scotch permanent glue sticks instead. I bought a large package of them a couple of years ago, and the couple remaining are still sticky. My kids may not be able to see the purple, but at least they won’t have the endless frustration of putting the glue in the right place and still having it not stick.

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  3. Joe S.

    When I got my first 3D printer my biggest problem was keeping my print jobs stuck to the printer’s hot bed. Nothing more frustrating than having a10 hr print job coming loose at 9 hrs and failing! I read reports that some people were using the purple Elmer’s glue sticks on their printers with success, so I tried it and was amazed how well it works!
    I smear the glue on from the handy retractable glue stick, then I take a 1/2″ paint brush, dip it in plain water, and work the glue over the bed. Once the bed heats up, the glue turns from purple to clear and is ready for the print job.
    After the job is printed I remove my flexible magnetic bed cover and bend it to pop off the finished print. I swish the surface again with my wet paint brush and the surface is ready for the next job. I don’t usually apply the glue again until I’ve gone through three or four print jobs so it is extremely economical. If you are printing on a glass bed it’s a little more difficult to get the prints off. You’ll need your spatula/putty knife and I sometimes drip some water around the print to help loosen it. It is a small price to pay for the peace of mind of your print job not coming loose!

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  4. J.M.H.

    If your kid goes through glue sticks like my kid–then this 7 pack is for you. For all those cut and paste paper projects or silly popsicle stick crafts that start to occupy every space of your home… these glue sticks will work until your kids scribbles out all the glue from them. Your kid may make purple circles on a blank piece of paper, and then when it dries clear, and your left with a blank paper, dried glue, an empty glue stick–they may kid ask you to frame the blizzard…. yep. A crafting supply for the whole famioy to enjoy…

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  5. Amazon Customer

    Doesn’t adhere very well on velum or parchment paper, or heavy cardstock. Disappointed is putting it mildly. I trusted the Elmer’s brand as the white school glue was good, so I thought I would try the glue stick. I had much better luck with a cheaper no name brand, but they were out of stock. Won’t be buying Elmer’s again. Fortunately I only bought a small package and not a carton of 30!

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  6. Tom8osauce

    I’m using this glue to glue-baste an english paper piecing quilt. This glue is really easy to use, and I am able to peel off the papers when I need to.

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  7. Susanna L. Wells

    With young kids around, in & out of house, this Grandma has lrarned greatest invention for kids to use to glue is glue stick. This is a particularly reliable brand. You can always count on Elmer’s glue. It’s competively priced & works well. I’ve gotten some generic glue sticks that didn’t work. For kids it solves problems of waste & mess. It’s also handy when a cardboard (like soda 12 packs) are loose before you’ve finished using them. A little Elmer’s glue stick & hold about 10-15 sec & all good. I’ve used it on cereal boxes & many multipacks. Funny how where you open a package to get in is usually glued down so you need nitroglycerin. But the bottoms always “fall” open before your ready for them. Hmmm… Anyway Elmer’s glue stick solves the problem. How about envelopes that don’t seal well, or a stamp that has gotten humid & won’t stick well. Elmer’s glue stick will keep your envelope sealed, and your stamp on without a doubt & no matter the weather.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    These glue sticks offer the best adhesion. I have tried other brands from the dollar store but they don’t compare. Great for arts and crafts!

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  9. Reay Clan

    I purchased these as a seeing cheat. I HATE pinning things! So I decided to try these glue sticks for sticking quilt pieces etc together. It goes on purple but the color doesn’t bleed through and it washes out in the laundry. I was.concerned that it might cause some issues with my seeing machine but as long as you don’t go nuts with it (which I haven’t) it works great! My
    I am making a “family quilt” with a strip for each family member (my husband and our 5 kids… Will figure out a way to include their spouses and kids later. So far we have one and one of those but I have been wanting to do this for years… Before they came along. Maybe that’s my next project lol) Anyway because the strips are diagonal they cause an optical illusion and so it’s very important to measure and make sure that everything stays put. These glue sticks really help. That’s what I have pictured is the part of the process of the quilt and how I have used the glue.

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  10. Drumlin

    I use these more than I thought I would, had to get more. They’ll sit in a drawer for years, but they can sure be handy when gluing paper to paper for a project. A little messy, of course, but most people will need them eventually. You need to use way more than just a little swipe, it has to be on the gunky side for it to work. I thought of that as I was reading the few negative reviews out there. just because you see purple doesn’t mean you put enough on. Put it on until it’s opaque purple

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  11. Erin

    My son’s teacher sent out an email asking parents to send in more large glue sticks as the kids were running out. The thing is that we do grocery pick up so when I was looking at the glue sticks it just told me how big they were in grams. I couldn’t conceptualize that so

    I found these jumbo ones and was like, yes, got them! They show up in the mail and holy smokes they’re enormous!!! So…my son took monstrous glue sticks to school. I hope his teacher laughed as hard as I did.

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  12. SoukSengthavy

    I was expecting larger glue sticks, but I guess these are goods for our kids because they have small hands…but wonder if it is of better value to get the larger sticks. Guess you have to read the fine print.

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  13. That Girl Tara

    My go to product to use for my makeup looks, some of which require me to glue my eyebrows down so I can paint over them. Do this by using the stick and combing your brows up, let dry, then apply glue again, follow with setting powder and you have a smooth canvas to start on without your brows getting in the way. It doesn’t irritate my skin and is so easy to work with. Plus, you can use it around the house for other projects too!

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    Elmer’s Disappearing Purple School Glue Sticks, Washable, 0.24 Ounce Glue Sticks for Kids | School Supplies | Scrapbooking Supplies | Vision Board…
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