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Elmer's P9416 Ultimate High Performance Glue 8-Ounce

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  • Up to 40% stronger than competition
  • Bonds metal, stone, wood and more
  • Less foaming means less mess
  • Professional strength
  • Sandable and paintable
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Technical Details
Part Number P9416
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions7.7 x 2.1 x 1.7 inches
Item model numberP9416
Size8-Ounce
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BPCWX2
Best Sellers Rank #315,010 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 4, 2006
  
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From the Manufacturer

Adhesives and sealants have been Elmer's specialty. Our packages and products have been a familiar sight in workshops and craft rooms across the country for 60 years.

Product Description

Strength of epoxy in an easy to use glue bottle. Requires no mixing. Bonds wood, glass, ceramics, metal, stones, and most plastics. Produces strong structural type bonds. Waterproof. Can be used for interior or exterior applications. Sandable, stainable,

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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 10, 2008
Review updated 8thMarch2012

1) Elmers "Ultimate High Performance" is a Polyurethane (PU) glue and it's as good as Gorilla (another PU Glue) (As far as I can tell) but cheaper. also used the PL brand glue and can't tell any notable difference between the three. Have not used Sumo and from what I understand it sets up faster and as a result apparently has a much more limited shelf life (this is generally not a good thing - see item #2)

2) Gorilla Glue seems to have thought out their bottle and cap design better than the competition. While this seems like a minor thing, it really makes a big difference in not being messy or wasting glue (See item #2)

3) PU glues have a limited shelf life and you probably don't need as much as you think. PU glue foams up and you use a LOT less than other types of glue. 4 oz should be more than enough for most people, 8 oz is a BIG bottle - I can't even imagine buying the 16 oz bottle. PU Glues suck moisture out of the air so unless you plan on using it up within a year or two, a LOT is going to go to waste. Don't ask me how I know this.

4) PU Glue is FANTASTIC for lots of things but woodworking glues are still better for woodworking (see #6). They are stronger and you can't clean PU glues up with water the way you can even with the waterproof Titebond products. Also if you use biscuits you will have to moisten them separately to get them to swell.

5) KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND ANIMALS! Although the glue itself is not toxic and is food safe once cured, it can kill your pets - like antifreeze it apparently tastes good to animals and will swell and harden inside the digestive tract creating a blockage. There is NO antidote and surgery is typically the only solution.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By castnet on January 23, 2012
Purchased a 16oz bottle, it dries fairly quick and bonds great. My suggestion is to buy the smallest bottle because, no matter how you try to prevent it, the glue dries in the bottle and you end up with a dried up block inside the bottle. At the price of this glue, it very hard to just throw away more then 75% of the purchase. Being a carpenter and cabinet maker I've used many types of glue, and this one is the hardest to stop from drying in the container, also there's no warning on the label to advice you of the problem, nor any information on what you might be able to add to keep it in liquid form. I will use it again, but I'll buy the smallest amount possible.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alyssa A. Lappen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 7, 2009
There's no doubt whatever that this glue is every bit as terrific as other reviewers have indicated. I bought some today, and found that it bonded a broken stone item beautifully, despite taking 4 hours to "set up," i.e. dry. Apparently (so says Mr. Wu) the longer glue takes to dry, the better it holds. I believe him.

My only reservation is the price. I got a 16 ounce bottle for $6 in a neighborhood store, with no shipping---only local sales tax. Elmer's ultimate glue may still be cheaper here than other glues. Just shop around for the best price on this item.

Having said that, it IS great glue.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dave Millman TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 21, 2008
I purchased this versus the other polyurethane glues because it was the right size bottle and less expensive than the others. Getting the right bottle size is important, as any glue you don't use within about a year of breaking the seal just hardens up.

I needed to double-up an eight-foot 2x6 redwood beam without using a lot of fasteners. This glue was the right answer, with one lag bolt at each end. I wedged some boards in as clamps for the first 24 hours, and followed the directions regarding moisture-basically wiping down the twenty-year-old, bone-dry board with water before gluing. Now, a few days later, the two boards make a super-solid post. Polyurethane glue expands, which is good for filling irregular surfaces (like 20-year-old boards), but if looks matter, you will want to scrape off the excess that will squeeze out of the joints before it hardens. And excess glue WILL squeeze out, count on it.

Overall, a good product at a good price.
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By SusaninGT on September 1, 2013
the glue is great, really produces a great bond and very versatile -- we used it to glue the plastic holder for our remote for our lights and fan in our master bedroom to the wall.......it has lasted a few years and it was easy to use, worked quickly........BUT the second time we went to use the glue, it was solid in the bottle --despite the fact that it was sealed up nice and tight. so: I would recommend using this glue, it adheres well to different surfaces BUT use it all up in one go or you will need to purchase more. A bit of a disappointment in that the glue was great but the package let us down.
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