|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.19 x 2.19 x 7.12 inches|
|Item model number||6200022|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||1 - Pack|
|Color||Natural Wood (Dry)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Gorilla Wood Glue, 8 oz.|
Gorilla Wood Glue, 8 Ounce Bottle, (Pack of 1)
|Color||Natural Wood (Dry)|
|Full cure time||24 Hours|
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- Easy-to-use, water based adhesive with Gorilla holding power
- Best for building, carpentry or hobby projects using any type of wood
- Complete Projects Faster; Requires only 20 - 30 minutes of clamp time, fully cured in 24 hours
- Use Indoors or Outdoors; Passes ANSI/HPVA Type II water resistance
- Versatile; Ideal for use on hardwoods, softwoods and natural wood composites
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|Item Dimensions||2.19 x 2.19 x 7.12 inches||2.54 x 4.29 x 10.04 inches||3.00 x 3.00 x 10.00 inches||2.00 x 4.00 x 8.00 inches||9.00 x 5.00 x 7.50 inches|
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My daughters adore it as much as my mom and I did, but due to being so old, the seat cracked a little.
I put off fixing it, but then one day my daughters came running down the stairs saying the chair broke.
It's over 60 years old, so it wasn't their fault, but I was heartbroken when I saw it! Then I started my search for the best glue!
I had used the original Gorilla glue before, but hated how it foams up, so I was afraid the wood glue did the same. After looking at many others, I went back and watched the promo video for Gorilla wood glue. This doesn't foam and seemed to be the strongest, so I ordered it.
It was easy to apply, but it's pretty runny. That's the only con. I had to keep wiping where it would drip down, but after a few wipes it stopped dripping.
The next day the chair was as good as new! I tried pulling on it, but the glue is so strong, it wouldn't budge! I hope this table and chair set can be passed down at least a few more generations!
Just be careful not to get it in your hair! I didn't know I had some on my hand, and brushed my hair out of my face and got glue in my hair... It hadn't dried yet, but it was tough getting it out!
Gorilla wood glue to the rescue.
One application and a day of drying did the trick. It's been 6 months now and my drawer is still ridiculously heavy, but at this point I'm waiting for a different part to break rather than the section I glued.
I was thinking about buying super glue at first (I needed maximum hold for the drawers) but I thought that I should give wood glue a chance at first. Two of my most heaviest drawers are held together completely with this stuff. I'm shocked that it able to hold everything together. (again, since the nail/screw part snapped due to the weight) I would definitely recommend this stuff.
It's cheap, which is good since you'll probably use a lot for any of those purposes.
Be warned, it's messy to work with. Its thin, thinner than general purpose glue ("Elmers"), and runs easily.
A good thing for letting it work its way along a tongue-and-groove join, or filling a corner. But it'll also seep through the seam, or trickle its way down your project. Fortunately, clean up is super-easy with just water. But let it set, and that's another story. So plan to clean up, and checking back later for seeps and cleaning up AGAIN.
And do observe the directions for letting it set-- clamp for the first 30 minutes, and then let it set for at least 24 hours. In my amateur use, I over-applied, and the puddled portion of the glue (remember what I said about the liquid working its way down and through seams) took over 24 hours to completely cure based on its color.
Pictured: set along a seam, and set in a corner puddle. Note the color isn't completely clear, more like an amber.
The applicator is decent and washes out easily. In case you don't wash it out, just snap it shut so the protruding nib keeps the opening from drying shut.
Decent wood glue, a must for wood-working. Recommended.
When it comes to glue these guys are winning! Don't you want to win with glue again? Buy this!
Top reviews from other countries
Finally used the product to repair a wooden chair. This was successful.