Are these the same or two different tools?
I don't know why blocked.... Should be sugar.....craft.....
Dinny--likely blocked because that particular company has shown itself time and again to not be trustworthy in its dealings with customers and has been downright awful here on CC. Now, about your clay gun. Try Global Sugar Arts or get the little green one in the clay aisle at Michaels. If you're looking for a big "caulking gun" size let me know and I'll check to see where I got mine.
Oh so sorry....didn't know. Is the clay gun the same? I see Global Sugar Art has the unmentionable one.
dont get the one with the plunger! it is dreadful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think the gun itself is probably fine. A friend of mine has it, but I'm not sure if she's used it yet. I have read comments that it can be tiring to use, and especially difficult for those with arthritis. Personally, I think it's likely a fine tool. I own the little green one from Michaels as well as a big one so haven't bothered to get this one. If I was just starting out I'd probably go for it. The S...craft company in Hamilton Ohio is the troublemaker that I was referring to.
Rocketgirl--plunger? Are you referring to the one that you just push on the end of it? That one looks highly suspect to me--and a lot of work.
yes, the one i have used is the little green one from michaels. It kills your hand, and you can't make very long "ropes" because it is so small. I CAN handle it.. its just not pleasant....
so the s....craft gun is different than the Michael's gun and are both considered clay guns??? And if the s...craft is different is it better than the Michael's one? I am sooo confused....lol
I think you would probably like the Makin's Ultimate Clay extruder, which I bought from Ben Franklin store through amazon.com. It has the twist handle, not the plunger. Haven't used it yet, but I had read good things before I bought it.