Whip Tips

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Apply glue exactly where you want it! These tips add ease and precision while applying Super Glues.

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Whip Tips

Item # 7015
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Whip tip tips!

Whip tips are for pinpoint gluing. These are skinny little tube-tips, but sometimes you want them even skinnier. Elliot John-Conry of EJC Guitars squashes, cuts and modifies tips and pipettes to get drops of super glue and accelerator exactly where he wants them.

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Apply glue exactly where you want it! These tips add ease and precision while applying Super Glues.

Whip Tip 1-3/4" precision glue bottle nozzle extensions, package of 10.

Product Instructions

Stewart-MacDonald Super Glues

An explanation of the characteristics and applications of different instant adhesives.

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Whip Tips

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No More Mess

By Songhurst Guitars, LLC from Washington
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, December 08, 2013

You'll never go back to the old way. Every trick you know for getting into those hard to reach places goes out the window with these. Easy to use and they last insanely long. When the tip get's clogged just snip it back a smidge.

Works perfectly

By Andrew H. from South Carolina, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, June 10, 2013

Not a ton to say here, these are great. Worth getting, as I go through quite a few quickly. Solved my situation of having to use some syringe needles for gluing. They apply exactly where I wanted the glue.

I love them.

By Scott C from Atlanta GA
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Glue where you need it, not on your fingertips!

perfect tip

By fret from athens greece
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, March 31, 2013

my number one tool for gluing jobs!!!!!!!!!!

Amazing money saving product.

By The Guitar Hospital from Melbourne, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, February 15, 2013

These tips are the best on the market, period. Way better than the ones they actually sell to go with certain glues. We have discovered, there is no need to replace the cap on our Hot Stuff glue bottles anymore. We leave a tip on all the time instead. The worst that happens is the glue dries in a ball, on the end of the tip. It picks off with your nails, or you can trim 1mm off, and never blocks. The current one has been on for over a month !! Love , Love, Love them.......
David Paul, The Guitar Hospital, Melbourne Australia


By VirgilGuitar from Tampa, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, October 20, 2012

Excellent control for dispensing all viscosities of CA glue, these tips have replaced all the expensive screw-on tops & caps - just put these on the top and they don't even need a cap... on occasion, I cut off the tip and it works like new again... best bang for the buck - I love these.

Whip It Good!

By Stews Guitar Works from Warren MI USA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, September 30, 2012

What a great invention! Excellent control for use with CA! And priced great too!

should be more expensive

By mr james curtis from port townsend, wa USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, June 02, 2012

these are divine and really should cost more, they are that good. hurry and buy a truck load before stew-mac raises the price on these gifts from God.

So simple - but so good

By Neil Kilgour from Newcastle, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, June 01, 2012

These little tips are so good it's hard to see how we did without them. Accurate & fine placement of CA - perfect when combined with black pigmented CA for ebony repairs. Thanks for a great time saver.

Just Whip it!

By Dingobass from Perth, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, May 04, 2012

Such a neat little invention! gets the glue exactly where you need it with fantastic control of flow. A must have addition to the Stew Mac super glue! Used these little guys to glue the plastic inserts into the fret slots on my Jazz Bass conversion. Thanks to Dan Erlewine for his great article on how to convert a fretted to fretless!

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