Use Shot Glass to Store Glue

A shot glass is the perfect storage for craft or other glue bottles that are less than half full. Because of the width and depth of the shot glass, a glue bottle placed upside down will sit on the rim of the glass and the tip of the glue bottle will not touch the bottom of the glass. Therefore, when you need to use the glue, it will be at the top of the bottle and come out easily.

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For projects needing several spots of glue, the bottle can even be placed back into the shot glass without replacing the lid. If a small amount of glue happens to drip into the glass, simply wash it out.

By Marie from West Dundee, IL

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