Gorilla Wood Glue

The hard-working, water resistant wood glue.

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For a strong, fast bond across a variety of wood surfaces, Gorilla Wood Glue is the hard-working, water resistant formula, perfect for indoor and outdoor use.

Gorilla Wood Glue offers the benefits of an easy-to-use, water based PVA adhesive, with the holding power that Gorilla is known for. It dries a natural colour so you’re guaranteed a clean-looking bond line for your projects.

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Anti-Clog Applicator



Indoor/ Outdoor



Water Resistant (D3)



Grip Time 20 – 30 min

  • Complete projects fast

Bonds strong and requires a short grip time – only 20 – 30 mins.

  • Indoor/outdoor

D3 water resistance.

  • Versatile

Use on hardwoods, softwoods and wood composites.

  • Dries natural colour

It dries a natural colour so you’re guaranteed a clean -looking bond line for your projects.



How to use
PREPARE

Surfaces should be clean and dry. If the glue has thickened or separated, shake vigorously until the original consistency is restored.


1. GLUE IT

Apply glue generously to surface.


2. CLAMP IT

Join and clamp for 20-30 minutes. Parts should fit tightly. Excess glue can be removed with a clean, wet cloth or scraped off after glue dries. Allow bond to dry for 24 hours.


CLEAN UP

Remove clear applicator tip to clean out glue build-up. Close cap after use and store at room temperature.


FAQs

How do I open my Gorilla Wood Glue?

To open your Gorilla Wood Glue, simply pull the application nozzle upwards. After use, push down to close.

 

How can I clean a clogged tip?

To clean the bottle tip, use a clean, damp cloth to wipe off excess glue after closing. If tip becomes clogged with dry glue, remove the whole cap, pull off the clear nozzle, and push the dry glue backward with a toothpick, then rinse cap with warm water. If you have difficulty pulling up on the nozzle, use a pair of pliers placed at the base of the nozzle and twist slightly.

 

What is the temperature range of Gorilla Wood Glue?

Gorilla Wood Glue is best applied at room temperature. Once cured Gorilla Wood Glue can hold strong between -18°C to 66°C.

 

Can Gorilla Wood Glue be used on stained or painted surfaces?

Gorilla Wood Glue is intended for use on hardwoods, softwoods, cardboard, cork, and composite lumber. Paint and stain will likely result in bond failure, for best results remove any stain or paint by sanding prior to application.

 

Gorilla Wood Glue is too thick for my application, can I thin it?

Gorilla Wood Glue, unlike Original Gorilla Glue, is a water-based adhesive. You can thin Gorilla Wood Glue by adding water (not to exceed 5% weight).

 

How do I remove Gorilla Wood Glue from my skin?

To remove Gorilla Wood Glue from skin, wash thoroughly with soap and warm water.

 

How do I remove Gorilla Wood Glue from my surface?

To clean up while glue is wet, use a clean, damp cloth to wipe off excess glue. Make as many passes as needed with the clean area of the cloth to remove all the glue. To clean up glue that has dried, use a putty knife, razor, or sharp scraper to shave hardened glue from surface, then sand as needed.

 

What is the approximate shelf life of Gorilla Wood Glue?

The approximate shelf life of Gorilla Wood Glue is up to 2 years, unopened from date of manufacture. Once opened there is no standard time, it will be dependent on storage conditions and age of the product, up to 12 months is a good guideline.

 

Are Gorilla Glue Products Tested on Animals?

We believe strongly in the inherent rights of animals. Therefore, The Gorilla Glue Company does not perform any kind of animal testing.

 

Are Gorilla Glue products food safe?

We do not recommend bringing food into contact, either directly or indirectly, with cured or uncured Gorilla Glue Products.

 

What should I do if I think a human or animal has ingested a Gorilla Glue Product?

For medical emergencies, seek medical assistance immediately. Call 999/112 for emergency services. For animal emergencies, contact a vet or animal specialist immediately.



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