In the standby type container, glue is always collected on the cap side. There is a valve mechanism in the cap, it prevents it from going out too much, and it can always apply an appropriate amount at all times. This valve function is quite excellent. People who put out glue like these gums violently will result in the paper becoming unreliable or not drying out as a result, but only "semi-forcefully" an appropriate amount will come out. It is unrelated to failure in over painting. People who often use themselves without permission, such as a company, can live happily because the tragedy of "When you notice something is drastically decreasing!" Disappears. The sponge part is sold separately, and it is also good to replace it if it gets dirty.
So far, I have used the same incongruous ogloo for 10 years. Although it was satisfied as it was, especially when the replacement cap became old, it was in trouble that a large amount of glue was coming out. Atofis glue is the place I started using it, so I do not know what will happen if the cap gets older, but I feel that at this time "do not get out". It is probably the result of research.