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I need some glue sticks for my hot melt glue gun purchased 10 nyears ago and now cannot find a supplier for the refills.The glue stick are tubby,approx, 2 inches long, can you help please. Many Thanks IUrene Bell

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Check with NorthernTool.com (these guys have everything)

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