Sili-Brush Non-Stick Glue Kit
Sili-Brush Non-Stick Glue Kit
£14.12 (£11.77 Ex. VAT)

Sili-Brush Non-Stick Glue Kit

Code: 506086

  • Apply wood glue quickly and easily
  • Re-usable, non-stick for easy clean up
  • Brushes: 12mm and 25mm brush tip with 15mm spreader ends
  • Combined spreader/comb and glue tray
  • Ideal for use with PVA and similar, works with most polyurethane glues
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£14.12 (£11.77 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Sili-Brush Non-Stick Glue Kit
  • Sili-Stik Non Stick Dowel Brush
  • Titebond III Waterproof Wood Glue - 473ml(16floz)
  • Axminster Disposable Brushes
Total: £40.45

In Detail

Apply wood glue quickly and easily with this non-stick glue brush, comb and tray kit. Designed to be used over and over again, the silicone means that PVA and similar based wood glue as well as polyurethane glue can be washed out with soap and water. When dry it cracks and peels off leaving it clean and ready for re-use. The brush bristles apply glue with ease, the tray holds glue and then funnels glue back into the container when finished. The comb/spreader is great for applying over a large area. Supplied with 12mm and 25mm brushes both with spreader ends, combined 85mm comb/55mm spreader and glue tray.

Reviews (3)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.6 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Paul McCann

6 January 2017

My product of the year

Excellent devices, Decant quantity of glue into the tray, use any of the brushes or paddles to apply glue, replace unused glue via spout on tray, clean all after use and bingo. all set for the net time. Highly recommended.


18 May 2015

Useful Tray - Short living brush

I bought this item as I was fed up with all the pieces of cardboard / paper / wood I had to search each time before a glueing job (to use as a tray or palette). The silicone tray does its job - after hardening you just squeeze it and all the dried glue peels off - even PU (Titebond).

Unfortunately the brush did survive just 3 applications. The first two times i tried to clean the brushes when the PU glue wasn't completely cured. This resulted in dirty fingers but a clean brush (and quite some time to work the glue remnants out). The third time the glue hardened completely between the silicone 'hairs' and most of them tore out while I tried to clean it.

This may work well with usual wood glue (i have not tried it), but it seems useless for PU glue.
I am going to keep the tray and buy some one-way brushes for the next projects.

DIY User

11 September 2014

Just buy one!

It turns out, this is a really great thing to have. It has enabled me to get lovely smooth even applications of glue, with less dripping out and being wasted and with less cleanup required. I used to put a squirty pattern of glue on, wobble the joint around a bit to spread the glue and then clamp it up. With an even coating of glue, I think I'm getting stronger joints with less mucking about. It's dead easy to clean too. I've mostly used the 1" brush, with the comb device for bigger surfaces occasionally. I've not found a use for the glue tray or the spreader ends of the brushes, so you could buy the separate bits and not miss things. I'm kicking myself. A silicone easy-clean glue brush – why didn't I think of that? A few quid excellently spent.
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