Ideal for light weight items in place of tape, pins, fasteners
Squares are non-toxic, repositionable, and long-lasting
Use on a variety of surfaces
out of 21 reviews
100% recommend this product
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Jul 8, 2020
I ordered the Gorilla 2 oz mounting putty because I wanted to see how it did holding small applia...
I ordered the Gorilla 2 oz mounting putty because I wanted to see how it did holding small appliances on the counter in place AND holding lightweight pictures on the walls. In both instances, the putty did fantastic! I simply cut the little pre-lined 1/4" squares with a pair of scissors, attached to the four corner of the picture frame and the bottom of a small microwave and presto - instant sticking! No more sliding of the microwave when my BnB'ers attempt to open the door, and no more of my picture on the wall moving when people 'touch' it to see how it feels! Love it, and I'm I'm sure I'll find plenty of other uses for this putty as well.
I first saw a product like this when I was at university, I was housed in a historic building, an...
I first saw a product like this when I was at university, I was housed in a historic building, and we were not allowed to put anything into the walls, nails pins etc. That stuff was bright blue and would stain the walls. The Gorilla mounting putty, honestly looks like old gum in that its beige, but it doesn't stain, allows for light weight times like receipts or pictures, and while I haven't tested the full 2 lbs, it did hold my phone to the wall. I don't always want things up permanently and this product works great, comes off clean when you are done, and you can re use it as long as you give it a new squish. The packaging was good, and allows for reclosure so the rest of the package doesn't go bad.
Gorilla Glue Mounting Putty is a great idea for hanging light weight items. It’s the perfect alte...
Gorilla Glue Mounting Putty is a great idea for hanging light weight items. It’s the perfect alternative to not have to use tape or push pins that can ruin walls and paint. I did have an issue separating the squares, probably using a knife or scissors is a better idea than pulling them apart to separate. The putty worked perfectly in my office to hang a poster on a wood door where tape never worked. I would say the Gorilla Glue Putty will have many more uses and it’s great to have on hand.
Great stuff. So many ways to use it. I've used it to hang string lights for a backyard party. My ...
Great stuff. So many ways to use it. I've used it to hang string lights for a backyard party. My wife uses it to hang party decorations all over the house. Never pulls the paint off or leave any marks. We also use it to help keep that stubborn picture on the wall straight. Kids use it to hang posters or any pictures in their rooms. Nice not to make holes in the walls.
I think I’m going to have a bunch of uses for this putty, but my first use was to fix a large pic...
I think I’m going to have a bunch of uses for this putty, but my first use was to fix a large picture that kept coming off of it’s wood base. I didn’t need to do anything fancy but pull a fairly small bit of putty off and attach it to the picture, and then pressed firmly to the wood for about 30 seconds. It’s been holding great so far, much better than the glue I had used before. I’m going to start putting up more picture and small, lightweight frames with this instead of using a nail or similar method.
Received this Mounting putty as part of the Seed Program for an honest review. I had put up some ...
Received this Mounting putty as part of the Seed Program for an honest review. I had put up some string lights on my patio and made an electrical box so I could turn them on and off when plugging them in/out when I wanted to use them. As I did not want to be drilling into the uneven stone on a column, I looked for another way to attach the box and the cord coupler. I tried using Velcro, then double sided tape and even a combination of both. Nothing was working. So I figured I’d give this putty a shot at holding everything in place. As you’ll see in the pictures just a dab in the corners of the box and three dabs on the back of the connector did the trick. The putty conformed to the uneven stone wall perfectly. It has been well over a week now with a heavy rainstorm and days in the high 90’s and it’s still holding fast. Figure if it works this great outdoors, inside will be a breeze also.
This Gorilla mounting putty is as exceptional as all the other Gorilla products I've used. You d...
This Gorilla mounting putty is as exceptional as all the other Gorilla products I've used. You do need to read the instructions to make sure it will work for your project. I didn't and tried to stick a porous item with it and it did not work well. Also, make sure you cut the pieces off rather than tear them. Tearing just stretches the material and you have a mess. Otherwise, follow the instructions and this stuff is great. Super easy to hang pictures - as in my example.
We are always looking for ways to avoid holes in the wall and be able to move stuff around, this ...
We are always looking for ways to avoid holes in the wall and be able to move stuff around, this product solves that problem. As long as you follow the directions of four squares of putty for every pound and you space them out it seems to hold pretty strong. We hung up metal piece of art as well as painted wood cutouts and neither have showed even a sign of moment even with the kids running through the house.
Gorilla Mounting Putty is an alternative to other, more invasive mounting methods. If you rent yo...
Gorilla Mounting Putty is an alternative to other, more invasive mounting methods. If you rent your property, the landlord may object to (or prohibit) holes drilled, nailed or screwed into his or her walls. Gorilla Mounting Putty may be the solution to otherwise bare walls!
The recommended temperature range is narrow (50 – 85 degrees F), but this should not be a problem for most indoor applications. In fact, the manufacturer’s website recommends outdoor use be limited to a temporary basis (whatever that may be).
I used a couple of these squares to keep my Liberty Over-the-Door Double Hook (see my review of that product here on the Home Depot site) from sliding on the door as it was opened and closed. I also intend to use a square or two to prevent a clock from coming out of level each time I close a nearby door.
The package states there are “84 Pre-Cut Squares”, but mine contained 90 regular-sized, and some partial-sized pieces on the edges. The squares came off my painted surface leaving no discernable mark or removing any paint.
You should not hang items that weigh more than 2 lbs. with this product.
I have had the Gorilla Mounting Putty for about a week. My daughter has a nautical themed bedroo...
I have had the Gorilla Mounting Putty for about a week. My daughter has a nautical themed bedroom and a friend painted an anchor for her that she has been hanging on the outside of her door with push pins. Several times a day you can hear the canvass fall to the floor or bang against the door. I was hoping the mounting putty would put an end to the sound effects. We have success!
The only complaint I have is that the putty squares although pre-cut are not cut enough which makes it a little challenging to get the squares off intact as you can see from the picture. In hindsight I probably should have cut them and then peeled off. I didn't feel that warranted a lower rating.
Packaging says not to knead, but it is very sticky so some handling is necessary. I applied to all 4 corners of the canvass and then pressed to the door. Like other Gorilla products, the putty is very strong. This product would be perfect for dorms and rentals. Although I didn't peel it off the door, I did stick a square to the wall, left for a few days and pulled off without issue. Looking forward to using the product on additional projects. Definitely exceeds expectations.