Glue & Heat Gun Reviews & Buying Guides

Our glue gun and heat gun reviews cover most products for removing paint or laminating applications. In the woodworking industry a high temperature glue gun can really save the day and replaces traditional fasteners in a variety of tasks. Glue guns are also handy for profile-wrapping, product assembly, and other soft-fastening tasks. This section of Pro Tool Reviews also includes UV heat products, which heat differently than traditional heat guns.
Glue and Heat Gun Reviews for Woodworking & Construction
The glue gun is one of the simplest products out there. It has a heater element, a feed channel for the glue sticks, and a handle. Most hot glue guns plug into a standard 120V outlet, but some use butane. A contractor-grade glue gun heats up quickly for adhesive applications. It provides a nearly instantaneous bond for lots of materials. This includes thin woods, veneers, cardboard, plastics, thin leathers, and similar materials.

Milwaukee 8975-6 11.6 Amp Dual Temperature Heat Gun Review

Milwaukee Dual Temperature Heat Gun Review 8975-6

The Milwaukee 8975-6 11.6 Amp Dual Temperature Heat Gun might look a little like your wife’s hair dryer but it really is a serious hand-held high heat throwing machine. With two temperature settings of 570 and 1,000 degrees F, you can pretty much peel the paint off of almost anything without having to worry about the issues that come with open flames. With a continuous duty rating, you can also plan on being able to work this tool non-stop for as long as you need it.