When I reach for my glue bottle, I don’t like having to shake it and wait for the glue to drip down to the tip. So I keep the bottles inverted and ready for fast use in this simple stand, made from a few pieces of scrap with a couple of feet. I cut the stepped holes with Forstner bits to fit the tops of the bottles and keep them steady. To prevent dripping glue from accumulating inside the holes, I drill the lower holes all the way through. John DeRosa, West Dundee, IL
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