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4 oz Original Gorilla Glue

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  • Gorilla Glue, 4 oz. - 131697
  • This is highly durable
  • This is manufactured in United states
  • 100% Waterproof: Doesn't break down when exposed to outdoor elements.
  • Incredibly Strong: Expands 3 times into the materials to form an incredibly strong bond.
  • Versatile: Easily bonds wood, stone, metal, ceramic, foam, glass, concrete and much more!
  • Temperature Resistant: Unaffected by hot and cold temperatures.
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Product Description

Size: 4 oz | Style: Original

Product Description

Original Gorilla Glue is incredibly strong and known for its industrial holding power and versatility, regardless of the surface. It easily bonds wood, stone, metal, ceramic, foam, glass & more.

From the Manufacturer

Gorilla Glue cures with exposure to moisture in the wood and atmosphere; it is stainable and self-spreading. It bonds exotic and common woods, as well as ceramics, plastic, metals, stone, and much more. 100% waterproof, solvent-free. 4 oz. bottle.

Product Information

Size:4 oz  |  Style:Original

Technical Details

Part Number 50004
Item Weight 6.1 ounces
Product Dimensions 6 x 4 x 4 inches
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Item model number 5002401
Size 4 oz
Color Brown
Style Original
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 16
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description A_GEN_TAX

Additional Information

ASIN B0001GAYRC
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 1,234 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,304 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#9 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Adhesives & Sealers > Wood Glue
#69 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Nails, Screws & Fasteners
#195 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces
Date First Available October 2, 2003

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By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 20, 2009
Style Name: OriginalSize: 4 oz
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, but cheaper. also used the PL brand glue 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. 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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Style Name: OriginalSize: 4 oz
After having a bottle of Gorilla Glue sitting around unopened for over a year, I decided to use it on three repair projects. The first was for multiple joints on a flimsy Ikea Malm chest of drawers. The second project was the reattachment of a shoe sole. Both projects were successful. However, the significant expansion of this polyurethane adhesive caused quite a mess. This degree of expansion (~4X), while beneficial in many regards, is something every user should anticipate. As an experiment, I also tried Gorilla Glue on third item - a plastic handle of a pair of scissors. This was a failure as the glue didn't hold for more than a few uses.

Gorilla glue was particularly effective on repairing my Ikea chest of drawers that had multiple broken joints. Where these joints had failed around the metal fasteners, chips of particle board broke free. Most were too small to recover and reattach. The expansion of polyurethane filled the voids. In fact, I which I used Gorilla glue when I first assembled it as the breaks probably would have never occurred in the first place.

The second repair project was for a shoe with a sole that had delaminated. After being gouged by the only shoe repair shop within a reasonable distance of my residence, I decided to do this repair myself. My concern originally was that I didn't have a hydraulic press to provide adequate compression during the drying process. Fortunately, I was able to find two hardware clamps that worked well. At the time, I didn't realize how important this was as Gorilla Glue expands so much that without mechanical clamps, too much polyurethane would have formed between the sole and body of the shoe.
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Style Name: OriginalSize: 2 oz
Review updated 9Aug12

1) Elmers "Ultimate High Performance" and "Sticky Ass" are also Polyurethane (PU) glues and (as far as I can tell) they're as good as Gorilla but less expensive. I have also used PL brand and can't tell any notable difference between the four. 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. 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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