Gorilla Glue

Incredibly strong glues, tapes, & sealants. For the toughtest jobs on planet earth.
Gorilla Glue

Gorilla Glue: Tough, Strong, Dependable

Gorilla Glue got its start decades ago when this super-strong adhesive was created for use in furniture making. This industrial-strength glue quickly developed a reputation in Indonesia, where craftsman used it to secure legs, trim, spindles and other components to their handmade wares. The locals soon got word about the impossible-to-beat strength and long-lasting bond provided by this amazing glue – and an almost cult following ensued. Fast forward a few years to the present, and the Original Gorilla Glue is still going strong among homeowners, DIYers and crafters the world over, beloved for forming tight bonds with not only wood, but metal, foam, stone, concrete, glass and ceramics. The brand’s lineup has evolved to include additional glues, adhesives and tapes, all powered by Gorilla Glue’s unbeatable formula.

Gorilla Superr Glue

Ways You Can Use Gorilla Glue – Repairs, Crafts, DIY Projects

The Original Gorilla Glue offers industrial-strength holding power for a variety of projects and repairs. Its water-activated polyurethane composition lets it expand into materials, bonding them together with a tight seal. It’s temperature-resistant and 100-percent waterproof, so you can even use it for outdoor items, such as unique planters for your deck or garden area. For smaller items or items that require an adhesive with impact resistance, Gorilla Super Glue fits the bill. Available in original, brush-on and gel formulas, this super-tough adhesive dries within seconds without the need to use clamps. Use it in a range of applications, including wood, plastic, leather, rubber and paper projects. You can create long-lasting gifts for special occasions or add photos to your scrapbook with this durable product.

Omen Accessories

Gorilla Tapes – Tough Adhesion for Your Packing and Sealing Needs

When powerful hold matters, Gorilla Tapes are the answer. White and Silver Gorilla tapes are three times stronger than the leading duct tape and have double-thick adhesives with reinforced backings, so they stand up to nearly anything you throw their way, even on uneven surfaces. Choose Crystal Clear Gorilla Repair Tape for moisture-prone materials or for repairs underwater. Select Gorilla Shipping Tape to seal and secure moving and storage boxes for the long haul or to ensure packages arrive at their destination intact.

Explore all of Gorilla Glue’s adhesives and tapes to find the best solution for your project’s needs.

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  • Gorilla Glue - 59ml Quick View
  • Gorilla Glue Single Use - 4's Quick View
  • Gorilla Clear Repair Tape - 1.88 inch x 27 feet Quick View
  • Gorilla Glue Pen - 2oz Quick View
  • Gorilla Superglue - 2 x 3g Quick View
  • Gorilla Epoxy - 25ml Quick View
  • Gorilla Mounting Tape - 1.5in  x 15ft Quick View
  • Gorilla Tape - 48mm x 11m Quick View
  • Gorilla Super Glue with Brush -  7510101 Quick View
  • Gorilla Shipping Tape - 2.83in x 35ft Quick View
  • Gorilla Shipping Tape Refill - 2 pack Quick View
  • Gorilla Super Glue - 20 g Quick View
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FAQs

Can you remove Gorilla Glue?

Yes, Gorilla Glue is removable by sanding, scraping, chiseling or picking it away from the surface. To remove wet Gorilla Glue from surfaces, simply wipe with a dry cloth or use standard paint thinner.

How long does Gorilla Glue take to dry?

Please allow 24 hours for Gorilla Glue products to completely cure. Gorilla Glue Super Glue products dry in under a minute.

Is Gorilla Glue toxic?

Gorilla Glue is classified as nontoxic; it’s safe to use, but not to eat. Keep Gorilla Glue away from children and pets.

Can Gorilla Glue be used on fabric?

Gorilla Glue is not formulated for use on fabrics. However, Gorilla Glue Super Glue and Super Glue Gel are recommended for fabric projects.

Does Gorilla Glue work well on plastic?

Gorilla Glue works great on many plastic types. It is not recommended to use Gorilla Glue on polypropylene (PP) or polyethylene (PE) plastics.