Thanks to the success of Rockler’s original silicone glue brush, the company has just added a smaller version, called the Mini Glue Brush, that should make it easier to get glue placed accurately into tighter spots.
Instead of a flat, beveled bristle head, the new brush features a 3/8-in.-dia. round head with 3/8-in.-long tapered bristles for cutting into corners. At the opposite end of the rigid plastic handle, there’s a cone-shaped “dropper” tip that reduces from 3/8- to 1/8-in. at the end.
The new “Mini” should be able go where its larger cousin can’t — helpful for spreading glue along narrow grooves or into dowel holes. And, the Mini’s bristles have the same “nonstick” attributes as Rockler’s silicone original. The new Mini Glue Brushes are sold in pairs for $7.99 and are available now.