Rockler first came out with their silicone glue brushes back in 2012, and you can now find something similar under Bench Dog branding. Bench Dog offers a bunch of Rockler products, but with their orange color scheme instead of blue.
Each spreader measures 7-inch long, and is double ended. On one side, there’s a hard plastic paddle, and on the other, you have a silicone brush.
These spreaders, the brushes in particular, work really well with most wood glues. There are many other lower cost brushes and improvised means of spreading glue, and so it’s almost easy to dismiss these as frivolous accessories – until you actually use one.
The spreaders do a great job of depositing glue exactly where you want it, and nowhere that you don’t. They fit into nooks and crannies, and are easy to clean.
I’ve got one of these in Rockler blue, but will probably pick up a pair of the Bench Dog ones. I could always use an extra or two, and feel that the orange color of these will stand out better in my drawers and on my workbench.
Need a push block? We really like this Bench Dog one, reviewed here!
These glue spreaders are sold in a 2-pack, for under $9 ($8.31 at the time of this posting), with free Prime shipping, or free shipping for $35+ orders if you’re not a Prime subscriber. You can still buy single brushes for $5 each, plus shipping, at Rockler.
Rockler also offers a mini glue brush pack, for $5 plus shipping.
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Need something different? Rockler expanded their glue-spreading offerings last year, with a roller, bottle, and some other stuff.