Gorilla Super Glue

You asked for it. Or maybe secretly wished for it. And now it's here. Introducing new Gorilla™ Super Glue, the first super glue that keeps holding strong, even when the bond takes a hit--we call it our Impact-Tough™ Formula. Just hold in place for 30-60 seconds while the formula sets, no clamping necessary. It's what makes Gorilla™ Super Glue, so, well, super.

IMPACT STRENGTH– unique rubber particles increase impact-resistance and strength to handle everyday use after your repair or creation is set.

WON'T CLOG – anti-clog tip with metal pin keeps nozzle clean.

EASY TO USE – thick formula flows better for improved control. Dries in just 30-60 seconds, with no clamping.

WHATEVER THE SURFACE– use on nearly anything, from wood, metal, ceramics, some plastics, rubber and a whole lot more!


Gorilla Super Glue is easy to use. It dries in 15-30 seconds and no clamps are needed. Simply clean the surfaces of your project to rid of dirt, dust and grease. Apply a small amount of Gorilla Super Glue (more isn't always the better: use 1 drop per square inch). Then put your pieces together and hold for 15-30 seconds.

You can handle your project lightly after 1-5 minutes. 24 hours required for complete cure.

Gorilla Super Glue is a cyanoacrylate adhesive. Gorilla Glue is a polyurethane adhesive.

Gorilla Super Glue does not require extended clamping or moisture to activate. It does not foam during set up. In addition, Gorilla Super Glue is recommended primarily for indoor applications only.

Gorilla Super Glue is ideal for smaller repairs that require an instant bond and projects where clamping is not needed.

Yes, it will work on paper. Only apply a small amount. It is not acid free, therefore, not recommended for scrapbooking.

Gorilla Super Glue works well up to temperatures as high as 200-220ºF. However, too much exposure to extreme heat will cause the strength of the bond to be compromised. Likewise, too much exposure to water, especially warm water, can compromise the strength of the bond.

Gorilla Super Glue can typically be exposed to temperatures ranging from -65ºF to 200ºF without breaking down.

However, there can be variation to this range due to the way different substrates expand and contract in extreme temperatures.

To remove Gorilla Super Glue from your skin, soak the bonded area in warm soapy water or acetone (finger nail polish remover works well). The key is to be patient and NEVER pull the area apart.

Gently wiggle the area to allow the soapy water or acetone to penetrate the bond. After soaking, the adhesive should come off easily. Keep in mind acetone can strip your skin of oils, so apply moisturizer after removal.

To remove Gorilla Super Glue from the surface of your project, soak bonded area with warm soapy water or acetone. Keep in mind, acetone can mar the surface material or discolor fabric.

Each bottle of Gorilla Super Glue contains 15 grams of adhesive, though the bottle is only half full.

For high performance and usability the adhesive needs to be protected from air. One way keep the air out of the adhesive is by packaging in thick plastic bottles. If the bottle was completely full at 15g, and still the optimal thickness, it would be too hard to squeeze.

Moisture that gets into the bottle can cause the adhesive to set up and harden. The best practice is to immediately replace the cap and store in a cool, dry location.

There is a metal pin in the cap of Gorilla Super Glue that helps create a tight seal as well as keep the tip clear of dried adhesive.

We do not recommend storing your Gorilla Super Glue in the refrigerator. Because super glue can release gas, it should not be stored near food.

Gorilla Super Glue has tiny rubber particles that help secure your projects with a less brittle bond. This helps your project resist bumps, bangs and drops. We call it Impact-Tough™.

Do not induce vomitting. Saliva will cause Gorilla Super Glue to polymerize, or harden, in mouth which means the adhesive usually doesn't make it into the throat or stomach.

If lips are bonded together, use warm water to gently separate. The enzymes in saliva will actually help to break the bond, so patience is the key.

Do not use acetone or solvents on or near your mouth. Do not attempt to pull the area apart as this can tear the skin. Seek medical attention.

Gorilla Super Glue should be left out of reach of children and animals.

For other first aid information, Gorilla Super Glue First Aid

Do not induce vomitting.

Saliva will cause Gorilla Super Glue to polymerize, or harden, in mouth which means the adhesive usually doesn't make it into the throat or stomach.

If lips are bonded together, use warm water to gently separate. The enzymes in saliva will actually help to break the bond, so patience is the key. Do not use acetone or solvents on or near your mouth. Do not attempt to pull the area apart as this can tear the skin. Seek medical attention.

Gorilla Super Glue should be left out of reach of children and animals.

Gorilla Super Glue should be used in a well ventilated area. Inhalation may cause irritation to the nose, throat and repiratory tract. In the case of irritation, remove to fresh air.

Gorilla Super Glue should not be used for intentional contact with the skin.

 

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