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Clean and quick, the original solid stick adhesive for paper and card Washable, non-toxic and safe More than 90% of solids are derived from naturally renewable sources such as tapioca, starch and sugar...

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Super

Handy, Clean, Does The Job.

Dries Out, Smells, Is Quite Expensive and Hard To ...

Today I have spent the day entertaining my two-year-old brother, as my mum has been ill. For me I feel the day was divided into 3 parts: 1 - Lets run around the garden like lunatics shouting and being as noisy as possible which is something big sis cant deal with first thing in the morning! 2...

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Excellent

“Do you need to stick??”

published 10/01/2006

great sticky stuff

more expensive than some rivals

Pritt **PACKAGING** I use a lot of this at home and at work, and tend to buy it by the box, usually 24 of the 40g sticks, since these are the ones I think are the easiest for children to hold (the glue sticks, not the box) So, thinking of the 40g stick, these have a pull off top and written all...

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Excellent

“This is a Stick Up!”

published 01/07/2004

Handy, not messy

Not exceptionaly sticky

I seem to remember that the advertising when this first came out, and it was hailed as "Pritt, the non-sticky , sticky stuff "..........huuughh? Well either it’s sticky or it’s not.......right? Well actually I see what they mean. It is sticky , and there again it’s not. It’s not messy at least, I...

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Super

“Sticky but with rippling”

published 22/10/2012

Sticks light things well, good price, easy to use

Causes rippling under paper

We are quite a creative family in all, we have a singer, an artist, jewellery maker and then my daughter who loves anything crafty so glue is one thing that is always in use in the house. I had bought my daughter some cheap glue sticks but seeing that she was making lovely pictures and then bits...

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Excellent

reliable, good quality, good price

lid loss, dried out

Being a girl who is very into art, who is always drawing and painting, backing pictures onto card, there is one thing I can't live without and that is my Pritt Stick. I am always sticking things down on paper whether it be my art work, autographs that I collect or just tissue paper etc. I have...

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Excellent

“German Glue”

published 20/10/2010

It's the best.

none

The German firm Henkel, which is mostly associated with Germany’s most famous and best-selling washing powder Persil, also produces the glue stick Pritt. In fact, it was invented there in the year 1969, in the now 41 years of its existence it has developed into a worldwide bestseller. Not only in...

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Excellent

“Pritt Stick”

published 17/09/2010

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I think a Pritt Stick is something that everyone can remember using as a child, or like me as an adult. In the past I have tried various cheaper versions of this type of glue but none have been as good or stuck as well as the original Pritt Stick. The Packaging The Pritt Stick packaging is very...

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Excellent

“Nothing compares”

published 17/09/2011

really sticks well

no idea when it will run out!

I have tried a variety of different glue sticks over the years for when either myself or the grandchildren have been doing arts and crafts but nothing has ever compared to the quality of this brand so although you may be able to find cheaper alternatives I definitely don't think that they compare...

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Super

“Little stick of stickiness.”

published 11/10/2012

Clean, neat, good value.

Doesn't stick everything.

When I was a child I remember using a bottle of runny glue called gloy gum for my home art projects. I remember gloy gum came in clear plastic bottle with a red lid, and it was through this lid the clear, runny glue was dispensed. I was very messy with this glue and inevitably the art work, the...

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“Pritt Stick”

published 04/04/2011

great for sticking paper and light card, not messy...

nothing

With my wedding fast approaching and me being on rather a tight budget then I have had to be quite crafty with the wedding stationary. Therefore this has meant that I have had to stick quite a few things together and a tube of pritt stick was purchased to help with this. Pritt Stick comes in 3...

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Excellent

Quick to apply and dry.

None really, although I don't use it much anymore.

Another item from my stationary box that warrants a review is the humble Pritt Stick. It was invented in 1968 and by 1971 was sold in over thirty six different countries. "Pritt" being the brand of the glue stick is still a market leader although many other brands of glue stick are now available...

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Super

Works well for gluing paper. No solvents. Not mess...

Only works well for sticking paper / cardboard.

I've just Pritt Stick for years and, like most people I imagine, I always have a tube lying round the house ready to use whenever necessary. Its design is easily identifiable. It is cyllindrical in shape, with a white body and black base, and the words "Pritt" emblazoned on the front of it. There...

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Excellent

Non Toxic, washable, provides hours of fun

Only suitable for paper and similar materials

Anyone with young children will know that keeping their little one entertained come high on their list of priorities. There’s nothing I like more than rolling up my sleeves, donning a pinny and dragging the kids into the kitchen armed with loads of paper, pens and paint. We all have fun making a...

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Excellent

“Stuck On You!”

published 04/04/2009

quick, clean and easy to use

none

Pritt Stick from Henkel The Pritt Stick has to be the best loved glue for paper and office type needs. it has been around for ages and i can totally see why. It is widely avalible and at a really good price. The large tubes come in at around £1 but you can get the smallest ones for around 40pence...

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Super

Works ok and easier to use than liquid glue

Doesn't glue for long

A Prittstick, a glue that is a stick. Can’t say I know who thought of this idea but whoever they are they are very clever and probably very rich. For those who don’t know a Prittstick is a glue, really only for use with paper, that comes in a solid form rather than a liquid form, this means less...

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