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  • She had pulled one of her socks down and was holding something that looked to me like Pritt Stick.

    Khaos » 2008 » February » 06

  • Unfortunately it will be shown that they are made from balsa wood and Pritt Stick.

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • Teacher to go on trial for hitting pupil's thumb with Pritt Stick

    British Blogs

  • An art teacher is accused of assaulting a special needs pupil with a tube of Pritt Stick, a court has heard.

    British Blogs

  • I've contacted the company that makes Pritt Stick about the recycling side of things but until they get back to me, does anyone have any reusing ideas?

    How can I recycle this?

  • Holy God, a Photoshopped image on TechCrunch that doesn’t look like it was done with Pritt Stick.

    Disney To Make Up To 20 Startup Acquisitions In Next 24 Months

  • Travel "ticket bought at Fishbourne, Sussex; a Lego bus; an old Pritt Stick that's lost most of its stick, but which still sort-of works on the odd occasion I actually need it; an only-slightly-eaten packet of sugar-free Polos; a London 2012 Oystercard holder (which I won't use in case I damage it); a yellow IKEA Oystercard holder (which I won't use, full stop); a ticket to go round

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  • In 1969 Henkel invented the world's first glue stick. Since the first "tubed glue" hit the market, Henkel has sold over 1 billion glue sticks in 121 countries, distributing them worldwide under the Pritt trademark.

    March 25, 2011