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Sticky Ass Glue SAG4OZ Waterproof Stubbornly Strong Glue, 4-Ounce

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  • Available in a convenient 4-Ounce size
  • Sticky Ass Glue is a moisture cure adhesive so it must be exposed to moisture to solidify
  • Bonds dozens of various substrates: excellent bond strength for EPS board, wood, fiberglass, foam, brick, ceramic
  • Temperature resistance: -20 Fahrenheit to 250 Fahrenheit; Application temperature: 70 Fahrenheit to 100 Fahrenheit
  • Glue appearance is amber; once completely dry can be painted, sanded and stained
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Sticky Ass Glue SAG4OZ Waterproof Stubbornly Strong Glue, 4-Ounce + Sticky Ass Tape SAT 1.81-Inch by 35 yards Tape + Sticky Ass Glue SJSG10G Super Stubbornly Strong Glue, 10-Gram
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Product Information

Size Name: 4-Ounce
Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberSAG4OZ
Size4-Ounce
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year shelf life unopened
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018N8G1S
Best Sellers Rank #32,602 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 30, 2008
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 4-Ounce

Product Description

This 100% waterproof glue will bond wood metal stone fiberglass plastics concrete glass and much more. It makes a great craft glue for objects that have stubborn surfaces (like plastic and glass) that will not stick together with other glues. Not for use by children it is recommended that this glue be used while wearing protective rubber gloves. When dry it is stubbornly strong!

From the Manufacturer

Sticky Ass Glue, a made in the USA line of products, is a moisture curing, 100-Percent waterproof, 100-Percent solids polyurethane adhesive. It will successfully bond dozens of various substrates including fiberglass, wood, EPS board, aluminum, PVC, steel, plastic, foam, brick, concrete, ceramic, stone, glass, Formica, ABS, cardboard, FRP board, tile, rubber, granite, travertine, dry wall and more. Whether you are a professional or a weekender doing repairs, maintenance, building; a hobbyist; or a crafter this is the glue you need any time you need to adhere two surfaces together, whether same or one porous and one nonporous and smooth. Doesn't matter - Sticky Ass Glue can do it right the first time. Designed for manual application.

Customer Reviews

This is the best all purpose glue I have ever used.
Victoria Lee Wright
The nozzle hardens up, the cap is glued shut and the top layer of glue hardens up so basically you better use it all up the first time you use it.
chris
When using it, you are tempted to apply more until you realize that the glue expands and it is not clear but very white.
Barbara

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Alex C. Cullison on May 30, 2010
Size Name: 4-Ounce Verified Purchase
This is very strong glue and it works well both inside and outside the house.

This may be the strongest non-epoxy adhesive you can buy.

BUT, you should know one thing... as it cures and dries, it swells and puffs up. I would say it enlarges 3x the volume of glue you use on a job. You must take this into consideration when you apply the glue. The good news is, if it swells up beyond your tolerable limits, you can trim the excess with a knife. This excess trimming is better accomplished before the glue has entirely dried.

Read the directions!

This is an amazing product.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 9, 2012
Size Name: 4-Ounce
Review updated 9Aug12

1) Elmers "Ultimate High Performance" is also a Polyurethane (PU) glue and (as far as I can tell) it's as good as Gorilla and Sticky Ass, but tends to be less expensive. I also used PL brand glue PU and can't tell any notable difference between the three. Have not used Sumo but 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 #3)

2) Gorilla Glue (In my opinion) has thought out their bottle and cap design better than the competition. Sticky Ass Glue has a similar design. While this seems like a minor thing, it really makes a BIG difference in not being messy or wasting glue (See #4)

3) PU glues work differently - they foam up and expand in the presence of moisture and then harden. This means you will need to think about where the glue comes out and how to keep it from making a mess. Masking tape is your friend.

4) PU glues have a limited shelf life and you probably don't need as much as you think. Due to the expansion (see #3) 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 personally buy the 2 oz bottle unless I have a major project. 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.

5) PU Glue is FANTASTIC for lots of things but woodworking glues are still better for woodworking (see #7). 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.

6) KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND ANIMALS!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Lipe on October 6, 2010
Size Name: 4-Ounce Verified Purchase
SAG seems similar to Gorilla glue in its expansion, instructions and curing time. It goes on clear and dries white. It sticks well. I haven't had occasion to compare the strength to Gorilla glue. Like Gorilla glue it is inappropriate for some repairs due to the 3X expansion as it dries, but it is useful for many projects requiring gluing. If you haven't used a polyurathane glue there can be a learning curve.

It has an Elmers type twist cap. Wood and white glue contracts when it hardens but poly glue expands several times. I would guess it clogs quickly, but poly glue doesn't last very long after it is opened in any case. You can clear wood or white glue nozzles with an overnight water soak and a blast from the compressor. Wouldn't work for this though. I've been using a brush with SAG.

Someone in the discussions pointed out that 24 glowing five star ratings in a short time are a little suspicious. Especially when most have not rated any other products or rated only Sticky Ass products with equally glowing five star reviews. It seems to be about the same stuff as Gorilla Glue and that got mixed reviews because it can be a little tricky at times to work with.
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62 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Charduke on September 4, 2009
Size Name: 4-Ounce
I've got porcelain fixtures in my shower. After a piece of a handle broke off, I looked into replacing it.....100 bucks!! Well, I tried all the different glues out there, including Gorilla Glue. The moisture in the shower would always make the broken piece fall off again, until I used Sticky Ass Glue! My handle has since been in perfect shape. Since then I've used it to repair shoes, cabinet, toys, and on my arts and crafts projects. This stuff really works, plus the name is so cute and creative!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Cortezer on October 5, 2011
Size Name: 4-Ounce Verified Purchase
I have used this glue a few times for different applications. Some times it works, but for many applications it does not. EVERY time I have gone to use it, the 'elmers' glue type tip is plugged up. PLUS, the glue has started to harden inside the bottle (it is about 7/8 full and the top 1/4 of the bottle is rock hard. 'Squeeze out all of the air' you say? That didn't seem to help. Why not? Because the nozzle end does not tighten all of the way, so it leaks air anyway. PLEASE put your product in a better quality dispenser with a screw on cap that would keep the air out completely.

This glue does expand quite a bit. It is very thin, so it is not suited to glue anything where the glue will run down when you don't want it to.

I gave this product 2 stars because when the glue is used for an application where it is suited, it works very well. For me, about 30% of my gluing jobs. When I go to use it, I also have to add the time it takes to unclog the tip since the previous use. Note: I gave up this last time when I poured out the remainder of the non-hardened portion into another plastic bottle with a well fitting screw on cap. From now on, I will have to use a brush to apply the remainder of the glue.

Bottom line: When this stuff sticks, it sticks. Otherwise, it is messy, runs easily, expands when you may not want it to, and hardens easily in a mediocre container with a cap and tip that does not seal well between uses.
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