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Gorilla Glue

Model 269

Internet #100130236

Store SKU #837667

2 fl. oz. All-Purpose Adhesive

$4.97 /each
  • Bonds Virtually Everything: Wood, Stone, Metal, Ceramic, & more
  • Incredibly Strong
  • 100% Waterproof

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Tough, expanding, sticks to everything glue. Incredibly strong and ideal for indoor and outdoor applications. Gorilla Glue is known for its industrial holding power and versatility, regardless of the surface.

  • 100% waterproof: doesn't break down when exposed to outdoor elements
  • Versatile: easily bonds wood, stone, metal, ceramic, foam, glass, concrete and much more
  • Expands 3-4 times while curing to create an incredibly strong bond
  • Temperature resistant: unaffected by extreme heat or cold
  • Clamp time: 1-2 hours
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removing glue

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How is the glue removed once it sets up? Does it need to be cut away?
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Soak your hand in a bowl with vinegar & water. Took a few days, but it worked for me
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August 21, 2013
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In my experience, a box cutter with the sharp point works well. If the glue set up more than a day ago (since you asked this over a month ago, I'll assume this to be the case), use the box cutter to score the dried glue and carefully and slowly chip away at it. If you catch it within a couple hours (after it stops being tacky), you can cut it with ease.
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July 22, 2013
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Hello! Cured glue can be removed with a chisel, scraper or sandpaper.
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July 22, 2013
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Hello Cloe!
To remove cured Gorilla Glue you will need to remove it with either sandpaper, a chisel or a scraper.
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Can gorilla glue be used to attach cap on a tooth in the human mouth?

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July 29, 2016
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You wouldn't be able to apply and hold the clamping pressure required for it to cure.
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June 8, 2016
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The Gorilla Glue Products are not medical grade adhesives and can not be used for dental appliances.
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June 7, 2016
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Gorilla glue should not be used in mouths.
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I have pool cover about two foot stitching come undone will this glue hold together

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May 11, 2016
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Hook,
The Original Gorilla Glue will be trial and error on this material. If you are able to follow the instructions to damp it, glue it, clamp it and allow the glue to cure for 24 hours, then it is worth a try.
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If you are talking about the type of cover with stitching, I doubt that this glue alone would hold it. What caused that stitching to let go? Did something pull at the seam right where the stitching let go, or is it just getting so weather-worn that it is starting to come apart on its own? If the cover's material is still in good shape, I would bring it somewhere to have it professionally stitched back Read More
If you are talking about the type of cover with stitching, I doubt that this glue alone would hold it. What caused that stitching to let go? Did something pull at the seam right where the stitching let go, or is it just getting so weather-worn that it is starting to come apart on its own? If the cover's material is still in good shape, I would bring it somewhere to have it professionally stitched back together with the heavy, weather-resistant thread that it needs. Read Less
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May 10, 2016
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Yes, the adhesive will fix the pool cover stitching.
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will it bond aluminum / steel with no clamping

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September 8, 2015
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Gorilla Glue is a foaming and expanding adhesive. It must be clamped or equally weighted together while the glue is curing. If you cannot clamp your surfaces, you should not use Gorilla Glue.
Gorilla Construction Adhesive will work on these surfaces and it does not require any clamping.
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It will bond metal and steel, but as most glues require to be clamped for a couple of hours.
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September 5, 2015
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Yes, this product will bond aluminum and steel.
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