Want to have the coolest spider webs in town? Webcaster Gun is the perfect tool to create professional looking spider webs for your Haunted House or Halloween party! Gun is approximately 8" high x 8" wide and has an UL Listed black power cord that measures approximately 4' long and is attached to bottom of gun. Includes 1 Webcaster Gun and 6 Clear Webcaster sticks. Does not include air compressor.
Please Note: Air compressor is needed to create the spider webbing effect (4CFM or greater); but is not included nor available.
Manufacturer has stated that using an air compressor with an inline water trap may be more effective in colder weather.
Please read and follow all included safety instructions (see Cautions below). CAUTIONS:
Read and follow all enclosed safety instructions.
Webbing comes out of nozzle very hot (400 F) and may cause severe burns.
Do not point gun at people or animals.
Use outside if possible.
Do not exceed air pressure of 90 PSI.
Keep children at least 20' away when spraying.
Webbing droplets can travel over 20 feet.
Wear protective clothing, safety glasses and gloves.
Use only Webcaster Sticks in the Webcaster Gun.
Keep gun away from flammable materials.
Web Making Tips:
Squeeze trigger slowly for better quality webs.
Stand up to 12' away from area you want to build webs.
Use slow, easy movements.
Do not use Webcaster Gun on flat walls or surfaces.
Use fishing line as a base to build webs. Hang line from ceilings or walls.
Lower air compressor pressure to create detailed cobwebs. For colorful spooky spiderwebs - look for the Glow in the Dark, Neon orange, and Neon yellow sticks that are available in packs of 20 (each sold separately).
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Review 1 for Webcaster Gun
Reviewed by: trickortreat31
Date:November 4, 2010
"My husband was thrilled about this gun, especially after watching videos from the manufacturer about how great and easy it is. He tried it outside on the front porch, and it just didn't have the umph to really get the glue going and it was really not very easy to create webs...more like just strings of hot glue. I think it would be good for small indoor use, but not for larger areas."