Draper Storm Force® Glue Gun with Six Glue Sticks (100W)
The Draper Storm Force® Glue Gun is an excellent little addition to any tool box. The 100W glue gun comes with six glue sticks in the pack.
This glue gun has a standard trigger feed for glue control an integral moulded support stand and a 1.5 Metre long cable as standard.
This small but perfectly formed glue gun is great for a whole range of tasks and can be used to stick characters and cars together with ease.
NB: This is a hot glue gun which can burn so children MUST be supervised one to one at all times when using this gun and heat resistant gloves are also advised.
Order yours from Ash & Co Workshops today and get sticking andf check out our review below!!
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1 ITEM = £2.99
2 ITEMS = £3.49
3 ITEMS = £3.99
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Why we use proper tools for kids
At Ash & Co Workshops, we believe that kids should be using good quality, real tools when they’re learning to make things from wood and that’s why we’ve created our woodworking tool sets for kids. We’re fed up of seeing play tools or super low-quality tools in kits that are not up to the job
Using real tools makes woodwork special, it teaches kids that yes, some things are sharp, hot, heavy or dangerous and they learn to be careful accordingly.
Having nice tools teaches children to respect them so they don’t get ruined. Packing them away safely should be part of the job - It’s just not the same as play kits than can be left lying around.
Advice for parents
Check out our new instruction videos so you can show your child how to use these tools safely and start making stuff. We’ll launch more project videos as time goes on so you can build specific projects but to get started - let the kids lead the way. They’ll tell you exactly what they want to build.
Get some wood in stock - you can buy packs online easily and start with balsa wood for young children aged 5-7 - It’s super easy to work with when you’re getting started.
For older kids, buy pine or spruce - It’s more hardy but still soft enough to use easily.
I’d also recommend getting some pre-made shapes in for kids to use. Circles cut from small logs are great for making car wheels - and triangles and squares are handy to have around too!