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Gorilla 7/8 fl. oz. General Purpose Epoxy
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Gorilla

7/8 fl. oz. General Purpose Epoxy

$5.47 /each

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Product Overview

Gorilla takes epoxy to the Gorilla tough level. Easy to dispense, and use, Gorilla Epoxy brings a strong, long-lasting bond for household and automotive repairs, alike. The two-part, gap-filling formula easily bonds steel, aluminum, wood, ceramic, tile and much more.

  • Dries clear: Ideal for clean, easy finishing
  • 5 Minute set: Plenty of repositioning time for the perfect fit
  • Gap-filling: Fills voids and bonds uneven and vertical surfaces
  • Water resistant: Withstands moderate exposure to water
  • Solvent resistant
  • Bonds steel, aluminum, glass, wood, ceramic, tile, plastic and more
  • Easy-to-use syringe: Separate barrels of resin and hardener keep epoxy from hardening, plus syringe dispenses evenly
  • Includes a cap for multiple uses
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does GORILLA EPOXY bonds mirror glass and PVC?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it will bond to both it is very strong
Answered by: fizzie
Date published: 2015-11-04

Can I use this to bond metal and wood?

I am trying to make a knife and I have to use epoxy to bond the wood handle to steel. Would this work?
Asked by: sanchezjoe
Absolutely
Answered by: Hayviator
Date published: 2017-01-07

I have a roll-up/roll-down garage door that is made of fiberglass front and back over a foam core.

The door is approximately 8 years old. The pull-up handle is secured to the bottom of the door by two self-tapping screws which have loosened up and no longer hold the handle in place. Can I use Gorilla Glue Epoxy to reset the screws and/or glue the handle directly to the door surface?
Asked by: Anonymous
It would probably work loose in time. This is too dynamic an application for adhesive. I would drill through and replace the screws with stainless-steel bolts and washers.
Answered by: tilepainter
Date published: 2015-11-10

Can one use it to repair seams in between slabs of granite?

Asked by: Anonymous
I would think so. I used it to glue an onyx bookend back together and it's a heavy eagle with the break through his little legs. It dried completely clear and is adhering the onyx very well.
Answered by: LILass
Date published: 2015-11-04
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Customer Reviews

7/8 fl. oz. General Purpose Epoxy is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 73.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from After doing as instructed, I have mixed generously and applied the epoxy coating to the area, aft... After doing as instructed, I have mixed generously and applied the epoxy coating to the area, after clamping both ends down and leaving them overnight - making sure to check on it to see if it was still in place, I waited 24 hours just as instructed, did a stress test and the glue simply fell apart.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent bond strength; Longer cure time. I use Gorilla brand epoxy for joining metal to metal, metal to wood, and metal to some plastics in projects. I sometimes use it joining wood to wood instead of gorilla glue as the epoxy does not expand like their glue. The epoxy working/set up time is about the same as other 5 minute epoxies. Once you have mixed the 2 parts together you have about 5 minutes to use what you've mixed before it loses its workability. Make sure your have your pieces cut, cleaned, arranged and are ready to assemble (and clamp if necessary) before you mix up a batch of epoxy. Also, remember that it does not take much of this product to produce an extremely strong bond.
Date published: 2015-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sets up fast and pretty easy to work with.... Sets up fast and pretty easy to work with.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helped with Kitchen Drawer This worked wonders on our kitchen drawer face/front which had come apart from the rest of the drawer. We really didn't want to use nails to attach it back together. My husband mixed the epoxy, which looked like an easy enough process. We applied it to the drawer face quickly and held it in place for about 5-6 minutes, as the directions state. We then let it set overnight. We now have a functioning drawer once again and it has stayed strong so far!
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super sticky and you'd better be fast Have used this epoxy to attach a couple of things together. It bonds with wood like crazy, the wood will split/break somewhere else before the glued joint fails. It seems to have worked well on a broken tile also. It has a fairly short working time, but that's not a bad thing otherwise you'd have to clamp/hold things together forever like you would with regular glues. I'm thinking about using this to glue my wife's checkbook shut.
Date published: 2015-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to join steel to wood? Epoxy. I wasn't sure how the whole project was going to go -- steel hairpin legs onto an old library card catalog. There wasn't enough wood to drill holes. So, I used some Gorilla Glue Epoxy and some shorter-than-I-would-have-otherwise-used wood screws to act as clamps. The cabinet is heavy and the hairpin legs aren't self-supporting. Worked perfectly. There was a little time to wiggle things into perfect position, and honestly I mixed the epoxy on the steel surface rather than in the plastic tray. It was fine.
Date published: 2015-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the separated tube container. This is the best epoxy I've tried. The syringe type dispenser works great and makes mixing the two ingredients simple. What I like most is the fact that you can close it up and use it at a later time. Just be sure to follow the directions on closing it and the ingredients stay separated. All the others I have tried are good for one application and throw it away. I've used it on two different applications of materials that were difficult to get a secure bond and this epoxy was the answer.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use The container makes it so easy to mix a 2-part epoxy glue. It is not fool-proof, though. I found that I must exert equal pressure to both sides of the pump to get the two parts to come out in equal quantities. And this is key to a proper epoxy mix. The first couple of times I used it, I held and pumped the glue out with one hand going across both sides. But this yielded uneven output because the pump is a shared rocker type design. So I switched to a 2-handed approach so I could easily control output of each side. The glue comes out clear and very liquid. It is then easily mixed with the provided ice cream stick. If the glue is mixed correctly it does start to thicken and set up quite quickly- within just a few minutes. If the mix is uneven at all, then it stays liquidy much longer, so it is easy to know if you mixed it evenly. It dries clear and a little gummy on the surface. Perhaps the gumminess will subside over time, but my repairs are less than a week old right now. I used it to fill in chips in porcelain/ceramics. I glued a heavy solid onyx eagle bookend back together at his little legs and its holding. I also filled old screw holes in a wood cabinet door and about a half hour later was able to drill new holes directly next to the filled holes and the drill did not travel into them. It has a cap that covers both sides and seem to seal pretty well. The wood stick can be wiped off and tucked behind the plastic label/joker in the space between the two tubes. Because of this clever container, I will use epoxy over super glue when I should now!
Date published: 2015-07-25
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