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  • Incredibly Strong for Wood Projects
  • Dries Natural Color
  • No Foaming and Type II for Indoor/Outdoor Projects
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Product Overview

Gorilla Wood Glue is the reliable adhesive that woodworkers, carpenters and hobbyists trust for their woodworking projects. Gorilla Wood Glue, a PVA glue, offers the benefits of an easy-to-use water based adhesive. Gorilla Wood Glue's premium formula creates a cross-linking bond to provide superior strength indoors or out.
  • Requires only 20-minutes to 30-minutes of clamp time
  • Fully cured in 24-hours
  • Use indoors or outdoors: passes ansi/hpva type II water resistance
  • Versatile
  • Ideal for use on hardwoods, softwoods, and natural wood composites
  • Dries natural color: offering a natural bond line
  • Sandable
  • Compliant with FDA standards for indirect food contact
  • Easy clean up with water
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
6.05 in
Product Size (oz.)
4
Product Width (in.)
2.51 in

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
24
Dry Color
Brown
Features
Drillable,Moisture Resistant,Sandable,UV Resistant
Glue/Epoxy Type
Wood Glue
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (oz.)
5.408 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Coated wood,Painted wood
Returnable
90-Day
Set Time (Min.)
30

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

2Questions10Answers

Is it clear drying and PCs?

Asked by DEE September 20, 2019
5
Answers

Dries clear. Not sure what PCs means but it dries clear. It will turn white if it gets wet for an extended period of time.

Is this product stainable, paintable?

Asked by Gator August 23, 2019
5
Answers

No. The density of glue is not the same as wood.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 129 reviews
  • 92% recommend this product
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Gorilla wood glue is as good as any wood glue I've ever used. The 4 fl. oz. bottle is small enou...
Gorilla wood glue is as good as any wood glue I've ever used. The 4 fl. oz. bottle is small enough to make it easy to manipulate and control and the glue flows well out of the flat tip. This glue does run a bit more than others I've used, so it required a bit of extra cleanup. However, a damp cloth took care of it easily and I saw no residue left over on my repair job when it was dried. I recommend this product and I would feel confident buying it for other woodworking projects or home repairs.
by HomeDepotCustomer
I had to repair one strip of wood on a hand-made coaster. Although my craftsmanship was not accu...
I had to repair one strip of wood on a hand-made coaster. Although my craftsmanship was not accurate, the brown color of this wood glue helped minimize the repair. We rely on Gorilla Glue products for all household repairs.
by blwreath
I repaired both a wooden cabinet top and a picture frame made of composite. Both came out so well...
I repaired both a wooden cabinet top and a picture frame made of composite. Both came out so well, it's hard to tell they were ever broken. The entire corner of the table was snapped off, and the picture frame took a 4 foot drop, many times. Both came out great. the picture frame could be better, but that's due to pieces that were too small to glue. Every corner is glued. And the cabinet needs some cleaning but doesn't show signs of breakage.
by CaptainAwesome
1 person found this helpful
I am a novice woodworker, so I've used many brands of glue to bond wood. I've used Gorilla tape, ...
I am a novice woodworker, so I've used many brands of glue to bond wood. I've used Gorilla tape, Gorilla super glue, Gorilla epoxy, and I find that Gorilla makes excellent adhesive and bonding products. I noticed that Gorilla makes wood glue, so I decided to try it on my current project. I used Gorilla wood glue to edge bond two pieces of plywood. The glue spread easily and I clamped the pieces for 30 minutes according to the instructions. I let the pieces cure for the required 2 hours, and tried to break the bond. The glue held firmly. The glue dried overnight and the residue was barely noticeable. I removed the residue with a light sanding. Gorilla Wood glue is a great choice for woodworkers.
by Thumbs
I have always liked these Gorilla brand tapes and adhesives. I got the wood glue to repair an old...
I have always liked these Gorilla brand tapes and adhesives. I got the wood glue to repair an old child gate that someone had kicked and broke. It was easy to apply the glue, it dried clear, and it is strong enough to hold the repaired pieces together when then gate is being flexes open and closed... without nails or screws. I would recommend this product for any size project needing wood glue.
by JoBall
Gorilla wood glue is amazing, I do prefer to apply it to the wood using a small flux brush, which...
Gorilla wood glue is amazing, I do prefer to apply it to the wood using a small flux brush, which allows me to spread it across the surface rather than squirting a bead of glue from the tube. This way I have less glue squeeze out when clamping the pieces together. The glue does not set very quickly which gives ample time to adjust the pieces being glued and makes any excess easy to wipe off. The bond is amazing, the glued joints are actually stronger than the wood.
by mike
Wood shelf project from an Aunt turned out to be the prefect test for the Gorilla Wood Glue. She ...
Wood shelf project from an Aunt turned out to be the prefect test for the Gorilla Wood Glue. She already had the plywood pieces but I had put them together to make the shelf longer. So I placed them on a flat surface, glued the edge, butted them together and put weights on each to keep them tight. After drying overnight, I then got a 4" wide strip of 1/2 ' wood for a brace and used screws with glue on the seam for added strength.
by quick6
Gorilla wood glue works as described and is synonymous with wood glue I have used in the past. I ...
Gorilla wood glue works as described and is synonymous with wood glue I have used in the past. I like the applicator tip where it is easy to control and doesn't clog as easily when dried. The size of the bottle is perfect for my small wood projects. It will probably last a long time if you are an occasional woodworker. Works as described and is quite affordable too! Would recommend.
by Nt
1 person found this helpful
This Gorilla 4 fl. oz. Wood Glue is the best wood glue I have used. First off, the bond it creat...
This Gorilla 4 fl. oz. Wood Glue is the best wood glue I have used. First off, the bond it creates on wood is super strong and reliable. The glue is very easy to manipulate as in, work with, clean-up and dry time. The average dry time for me is around an hour. I use this glue to bond 1x4 boards to carve into Hawaiian wood longboard surf boards and it works like a charm. The glue is water resistant and dries in a vanilla color. On pine it is barely noticeable. Teak and mahogany show the glue when dry. Clean-up is the biggest pro on this glue. It is easily wiped up with a damp paper towel and is complete with no residue to find later after drying. There is absolutely no odor. If you need to sand the wood after the glue has dried, you will get fantastic results. The dry glue sands perfectly. The glue becomes a natural color of whatever wood you are using so it blends perfectly. As with any Gorilla products, it is superior in bonding and performance. People don’t think about the cap but the cap for the bottle is unique in that it makes sure the remaining glue in the bottle does not dry out and clog the spout. Huge advantage. Thumbs up! Highly recommend and the ONLY glue I use for all my woodworking.
by 70440758
The wood glue works great. It dries pretty fast. I used it to make some small boxes for storage. ...
The wood glue works great. It dries pretty fast. I used it to make some small boxes for storage. I used some screws for added support. It does not have a strong scent. It cleans up very nicely as long as you wipe off the excess glue right away. I also use the glue for temporary support before nailing or screwing my projects together. It is my preferred glue to use.
by Jackie
1 person found this helpful
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