Great wood glue for indoor and outdoor wood projects. This is very strong wood glue that is very ...
Great wood glue for indoor and outdoor wood projects.
This is very strong wood glue that is very easy to use and to apply through the built in applicator on the top of the container. It is also very easy to clean up with a rag or paper towel before it dries and it dries quickly without foaming or expanding. This a good wood glue for bonding wood surfaces that fit snug together without gaps or voids between them when an adequate amount of glue is applied to one of the surfaces being joined and the surfaces are held securely together at least 20 to 30 minutes.
Unlike the original Gorilla glue that is designed for gluing nearly any type of materials together that requires wetting the surfaces prior to applying a small amount of the original Gorilla glue to one of the surfaces to join two surfaces together this Gorilla wood glue requires dry wood surfaces and does not foam or expand or stain surfaces including your skin if you accidentally come into contact with it or if you apply too much of it.
I.e. You don't have to worry or be as careful about applying too much of this Gorilla wood glue to the surfaces of wood being joined because this wood glue is easy to cleanup before or after the glue has cured unlike the original Gorilla glue for all types of materials that can stain surfaces and your skin. Like it that you don't have to worry about this Gorilla wood glue drying out inside of its container before you can use it over a period of time as long as you keep the container securely closed. The original Gorilla glue for all materials needs to have all of the air evacuated from its container before closing the container after each use otherwise it will harden inside of its container and be un-useable before you get to use it all unless you can use the contents of the container in one application or in a relatively short amount of time.
The original Gorilla glue is a good product also for its versatile applications of gluing nearly any type of materials together and expanding to fill in voids between the surfaces being joined including wood to form a very strong bond, but it requires a bit more care when using it and that you wear gloves when using it to avoid getting the glue on your skin. I have had and used the Gorilla wood glue for a couple of weeks and will be using it on future wood projects instead of other competitor wood glues.
I used this to help reconstruct a dresser in poor condition. Basically the dresser was assembles with out any glue in the joints and came apart. and given to me to fix it or toss it. A little time to disassemble, glue and reassemble and it is as solid as a rock. A new coat of paint and some accent pulls and it's good to go.
Grabbed a bottle of this from a big sale display in the lumber isle, while buy pine for a bookcase. Took it home and left it in the car overnight where it froze. I'm used to this type of glue being unusable after it freezes. Even the bottle says, "do not freeze." I went on the Gorilla Web site, however, where it says that this product if freeze/thaw stable. I thawed it out and used it and it was fine. Made my day.