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Re: Gorilla Wood Glue for attaching OE parts ???? yes or no
Posted by Ed Grune on May 16, 2017, 11:23:09, in reply to "Re: Gorilla Wood Glue for attaching OE parts ???? yes or no"
The maple syrup type which Ron identifies foams as it cures. It is used in woodworking for a good tight joint between two pieces of wood. The pieces MUST be clamped or otherwise secured or the foam will displace the two parts. Even then there is usually squeeze-out which must be cleaned up (chisel and/or acetone).
The glue is water activated. You need to moisten one or both surfaces then apply the glue.
Gorilla also makes a super glue as well as a clear glue for glass surfaces.
I would not recommend Gorilla wood glue for PE. I have also not recommended it for resin part assembly due to squeeze-out issues.
Often Gorilla glue has often been confused with Gator glue. The later is a PVA glue with quick grab features. Aleene's Tacky Glue or DecoArt Triple Thick Glue are craft store glues with similar features.
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