Gorilla Glue
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Gorilla Glue

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Gorilla Glue - The Toughest Glue on Planet Earth (TM)
Pure, Proven Power. Since 1972
Gorilla Brand Premium Glue is the finest glue available for bonding wood, stone, metal ceramics, plastics, and more. People say, “It’s every glue you ever wanted in one bottle.”
*Time Tested
Gorilla Glue is the only time-tested polyurethane glue with almost a 30 year history of proven industrial, manufacturing, and consumer usage.
*Longer Open Working Time
Gorilla Glue gives you the extra working time needed to get your project assembled. 20 minutes or more.
*Better Coverage
Because Gorilla Glue is 100% pure glue(it does not contain fillers, plasticizers or dangerous solvents) a little goes a long way. 3-4 times farther than other adhesives.
Gorilla Glue is perfect for both indoor and outdoor projects.
Greater usable temperature range
Use Gorilla Glue throughout the year from 40°-130°F.
*Shorter cure time
90% dry in 1 to 4 hours at room temperature.
*Longer shelf life
Unopened bottles last up to 3 years or more.

Directions And Tips -
!!!! Keep out of reach of children and animals. !!!!
!! Gorilla Glue will stain hands and ruin clothing. So wear gloves and protective clothing. !!
1. Prepare your Surface
2. Dampen one surface with Water
3. Apply the Glue
4. Clamp the pieces together
5. Curing
6. Storage
Tips - Take the time to complete these important steps.
If you are using Gorilla Glue for the first time, or using a material you are unsure about,
always try a test piece first.
Clean all surfaces and remove any dust, oil or other impurities. Use a solvent if
necessary. Allow solvent to evaporate completely before applying glue.
Make sure the pieces are tight fitting.
Sand smooth surfaces or where there is a high oil/moisture content
(e.g. in some woods, metals and plastics). The Glue needs something to adhere to.
Spray or use a damp cloth to moisten one surface. Do not saturate.
Let the moisture distribute before applying the glue.
Moisture does not speed up the curing process but it allows for a chemical reaction to
take place.
Spread a thin layer of the Glue onto the other surface.
Spread the Glue using a disposable brush or with gloves.
Remember, about half an ounce of the glue will cover a square foot. Do not over apply.
You must clamp the pieces together. If you don’t have a clamp, apply heavy pressure.
Gorilla Glue will foam about 3 to 4 times. So clamping is needed to keep the pieces together.
Clamping pressure must be distributed evenly over the glue line area.
Clamping time is always best at 68°F.
Clamp for 3 to 4 hours and do not disturb the gluing items during this time.
Leave the glued surfaces for about 24 hours for best results.
Generally, clamping time has expired when the foam pressed out from the glue line
feels dry and somewhat crisp.
Foam in a glue line has no structural strength whatsoever, and must not be considered
as a gap filler.
The glue joint should be 90% cured within 4 hours, but for best results, leave for
24 hours.
The maximum water resistance of the glue line occurs after 5 to 7 days at 68°F.
Squeeze air from the bottle.
Secure the cap tightly.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
*For more information about using the glue call toll free 1 800 663 9753*