How many times have you wanted to add just the smallest amount of glitter to a project but the only adhesive you could find had too large of a tip. And what you wound up with was a glob of glitter. Thanks to quickie glue (Trademarked and manufactured by Sakura Color Products Corp.) globs are a thing of the past.
The glue is very similar to the repositionable / permanent liquid glue that has been on the market forever. When the glue is wet and light blue in color the adhesion is permanent, however once the glue has dried and become clear the adhesion is temporary allowing you to reposition or temporarily tack an item in place. However, the one feature of the quickie glue that most appealed to me was how the glue is dispensed. No squeeze tube here or having to start the flow of the glue by pressing in the tip of the pen. Quickie glue is dispensed through a ball point. That's right a ball point just like an ink pen.
Not only does the ball point allow for the smallest amount of glue to be dispenced but allows for greater control too. Now you can trace your design, write your name or message, or highlight as needed with the greatest of ease. The glue flows smoothly from the tip of the pen on to the working surface. And the rate of speed that your hand moves controls the amount of glue dispenced. The ball point application allows you to apply a drop of glue as small as 1/16" or less. The tip of the pen is shipped with a wax seal on it. I prefer to keep the wax seal and use it over and over again to keep my pen from drying out. I simply place it in the cap and secure the cap to the end of the pen when in use, that way I don't misplace the tiny wax seal.
In my opinion the Quickie Glue is a girl's best friend, that is next to the dazzling diamonds!