Gorilla Clear Grip is a flexible, fast-setting, crystal clear contact adhesive that creates a strong, permanent bond. Gorilla Clear Grip is paintable and waterproof making it great for projects both inside and out. Build, create, repair.
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Bonds: metal, glass, fabric, wood, ceramic, leather, paper, plastic and more
This glue is a quality product that will hold wood, metal, plastic, or a wide variety of products...
This glue is a quality product that will hold wood, metal, plastic, or a wide variety of products. This package comes in 4 small single use tubes for easy application and no waste! Simply take one tube and cover your two pieces of product that needs to be glued together. Once the glue sets up press your two pieces together and that's it! This stuff is strong. Don't press the pieces together until you're ready. Once set this glue will not allow you to move the products. Another quality product from Gorilla Glue!
I think Gorilla glue is great, but you need to know it is special...it expands and must be clampe...
I think Gorilla glue is great, but you need to know it is special...it expands and must be clamped.
Gorilla products have proliferated, and each one I've used has been of good quality.
The same is true of the contact cement, although the initial hold I experienced was much more flexible than other contact cements I've used ( it may have been that I did not clean the pieces I was reattaching sufficiently; I taped it until cured and it held fine).
Contact cement is a specific type of glue with limited applicability. I have two problems with this product.
First, the packaging. "Contact" should be prominent. Instead it appears only twice on the package in font 1/3 the size of 'Clear Grip' and about 1/10 the size of "Gorilla.' I had just seen a commercial for clear Gorilla glue and this is not that product, although I thought it was.
Second, I have mixed feelings about the tube. Other contact cement I have used usually left me with half a container to eventually throw away. This tube reseals without trapping air inside and even suggests you coat the threads with petroleum jelly so help reuse. But doesn't contact cement have to cover the whole surface on both piece to be joined? This is a lot easier in small applications with an included applicator, and the instructions do not emphasize this feature.
I've never found a Gorilla Glue product that didn't work like it should. I always like to have s...
I've never found a Gorilla Glue product that didn't work like it should. I always like to have super glue on hand. I like the size of these minis. You don't have to worry about it drying out after opening a larger size. So far I have only tried it on fixing the nose piece of my sunglasses. It is a gel type glue so is easy to work with. Doesn't drip all over so you can apply only to the spot you want it to go. I was even able to apply it with a toothpick so I could be more precise. Worked well.
I found CitriStrip to be an excellent paint remover. It does a great job of removing paint, doesn...
I found CitriStrip to be an excellent paint remover. It does a great job of removing paint, doesn’t smell bad and is easy to control. I used it for removing paint from some old growth fir that came from a 60 year old school that had been torn down. Over that time period the wood had been repainted many times. Consequently I felt this would be a good test for the paint remover.
I applied a coat of the paint remover and waited about 24 hours before trying to remove the paint with a plastic putty knife. (Always use a plastic putty knife becaue a metal one can easily gouge the wood when you are removing the paint.) When I tried to remove the paint I found that in some places the paint stripper had loosened all of the coats of paint down to the wood. However, as I didn’t follow instructions and cover the work with plastic I had to add a second coat and wait another 24 hours to finish removing the paint.
After removing the paint I always let the wood dry completely and make a finish pass through the planer. I find the primer sinks into the wood and it won’t all come off with the paint stripper. Removing paint with CitriStrip is easier and not as messy as sanding. And, removing all of the paint with a planer is hard on the blades.
These all purpose minis are perfect. I never seem to use one large tube fast enough, so it eithe...
These all purpose minis are perfect. I never seem to use one large tube fast enough, so it either clogs or dries up. I like the waterproof nature and clear finish of this product. I've used it to grip wood cabinets, metal and ceramic breakage, but It can be applied to other materials, too. I feel many adhesives are average, but Gorilla is my go to product for projects.
First time to use Gorilla glue. I like this much better than the runny glues that I seem to get ...
First time to use Gorilla glue. I like this much better than the runny glues that I seem to get everywhere. This glue has a thicker texture and dries very quickly. I had a phone magnet for the car and no matter what I did I could not get it to stick to the dash. Nothing would work until i tried the Gorilla glue. This did the trick and i do not have to worry about it coming loose. Good product.
I love these mini-tubes because larger super-glue type tubes often go bad or having stuck-on caps...
I love these mini-tubes because larger super-glue type tubes often go bad or having stuck-on caps that end up making them unusable. I use this stuff for so many things around the house and the ranch. It helps secure loose metal parts and fixes loose tiles. It holds together broken porcelain. I even temporarily fixed a part of my saddle with it. It works quickly and efficiently.
No desk is complete without Gorilla Small Tubes of clear grip contact glue. I especially like the...
No desk is complete without Gorilla Small Tubes of clear grip contact glue. I especially like the small tubes as I am remiss in ensuring the tip remains free of glue. The small tubes mean the tube is not opened long enough to become "frozen" shut with old glue.
Gorilla has become my "brand of choice" for a variety of glues. I have a supply in my desk and hubby has the same in his tool box.
Over the years I have used many types and brands of glue. So in my opinion, GORILLA glue is curr...
Over the years I have used many types and brands of glue. So in my opinion, GORILLA glue is currently the best product on the market for home use. I received one package of four 0.20 fluid ounce tubes of clear grip glue. See attached photograph. I immediately opened it and used one tube to repair my recliner where I needed to bond rubber to wood. The glue worked great, bonding in only seconds. It has been a few days now and the bond is holding even under my heavy weight. These 0.20 ounce tubes are just the right size for many small gluing jobs around the home. The cap on each glue tube includes a point for opening the seal on the tube which is a time save. Also included, are instructions on how to properly recap the glue for future use. See attached photographs.
Here is yet another great Gorilla adhesive that dries clear and gives you a permanent bond that y...
Here is yet another great Gorilla adhesive that dries clear and gives you a permanent bond that you won't have to worry about. It is paintable for those items that you need to touch up after repairing so it doesn't look like it was broken. Another great thing is that it is waterproof so it can be used on items that may be around moisture without fear that it will lose it's bond.