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Gorilla Glue Gorilla 25ml Epoxy £3.45 (Prime) £7.94 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Gorilla Glue Gorilla 25ml Epoxy £3.45 (Prime) £7.94 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Dec 2019Edited by:"Frank30uk"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Several Gorilla items reduced including this Gorilla Glue Epoxy.

Worth mentioning some other Gorilla items reduced which include :-

Gorilla Tape 32m
Gorilla Glue 1244401 Purpose Adhesive 110ml, Crystal Clear
Gorilla Glue 3044101 Heavy-Duty Double Sided Mounting Tape, 25.4 mm x 1.52 m

No doubt other reduction on Gorilla items so worth checking.

Gorilla Epoxy delivers a strong, long-lasting bond to both household and automotive repairs. The easy-to-use syringe dispenses an equal amount of resin and hardener, that when mixed together creates a permanent, durable and water resistant bond.

The two-part, gap-filling formula sets in 5 minutes and easily bonds steel, aluminium, glass, wood, ceramic, tile and most plastics*. Plus it dries crystal clear, ensuring your projects look spotless.

*Not recommended for use on polyethylene or polypropylene plastic or similar materials

Features

- Gorilla strong--incredible performance for the toughest jobs
- Dries crystal clear--ideal for clean, easy finishing
- Five minute set--plenty of repositioning time for the perfect fit
- Gap filling--fills voids and bonds uneven and vertical surfaces
- Superior water resistance--withstands moderate exposure to water
- Easy to use syringe--separate barrels of resin and hardener keep epoxy from hardening, plus syringe dispenses evenly and includes a cap for multiple uses
- Solvent resistant--will not break down from exposure to common solvents
- Low VOC and non-toxic once cured--safe for everyday handling
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This deal is a bit of a sticking point for me.....






Sorry
I've never not been able to glue what I needed to with this, it's amazing stuff and imo a must have in house all time. It glues, fills anything and it's solid
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I recall a previous post on this stuff, implying that this is no different to a generic super glue, it's price is greater due to the copious amount of advertising claiming this is the best on the market, I personally use the generic one frequently, which sticks almost everything (including my fat fingers) . I find leaving something that has been glued overnight is the best way for an almost permanent fix, alternatively use the activator spray for a less durable fix.
rosscopark30/12/2019 16:49

I recall a previous post on this stuff, implying that this is no different …I recall a previous post on this stuff, implying that this is no different to a generic super glue, it's price is greater due to the copious amount of advertising claiming this is the best on the market, I personally use the generic one frequently, which sticks almost everything (including my fat fingers) . I find leaving something that has been glued overnight is the best way for an almost permanent fix, alternatively use the activator spray for a less durable fix.


Not questioning your experiences, but I've been a big fan of Gorilla glue since I broke a satellite speaker stand bracket a couple of years ago. Tried Super Glue at first, left it for 3 days, but as soon as I put the speaker back on it promptly broke again. Got some Gorilla on recommendation and the speaker bracket is still rock solid 2 years later.

As mentioned above, I've never found anything it can't handle, so great deal from me
Stocked up for emergencies, thank you!
rosscopark30/12/2019 16:49

I recall a previous post on this stuff, implying that this is no different …I recall a previous post on this stuff, implying that this is no different to a generic super glue, it's price is greater due to the copious amount of advertising claiming this is the best on the market, I personally use the generic one frequently, which sticks almost everything (including my fat fingers) . I find leaving something that has been glued overnight is the best way for an almost permanent fix, alternatively use the activator spray for a less durable fix.



This product is a "Gorilla" branded epoxy glue, Super glue is a cyanoacrylate adhesive, the "original" Gorilla glue product is a polyurethane adhesive which was already a popular type of adhesive outside the US before the Gorilla brand even existed.

Epoxy adhesives are generally stronger than super glue, water resistant, or waterproof and also withstand cold temperature better once fully cured.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Dec 2019
I have a very small job, would this dry up after opened?
melted30/12/2019 18:03

This product is a "Gorilla" branded epoxy glue, Super glue is a …This product is a "Gorilla" branded epoxy glue, Super glue is a cyanoacrylate adhesive, the "original" Gorilla glue product is a polyurethane adhesive which was already a popular type of adhesive outside the US before the Gorilla brand even existed. Epoxy adhesives are generally stronger than super glue, water resistant, or waterproof and also withstand cold temperature better once fully cured.


Yes, I noticed my mistake after thanks, I'm pretty sure a generic epoxy resin would be just as good, like many things (except marmite)
rosscopark30/12/2019 18:16

Yes, I noticed my mistake after thanks, I'm pretty sure a generic epoxy …Yes, I noticed my mistake after thanks, I'm pretty sure a generic epoxy resin would be just as good, like many things (except marmite)


Sure, I use generic adhesives all the time, much cheaper as you are paying for the quality of the glue, rather than for excessive marketing campaigns.

However, you can get adhesives of the same type, formulated for different properties. I see gorilla's claims to be crystal clear, Aradite melts at only 70 celcius as I recall (very handy if you need to remove it), and Lidl sometimes sell a good value epoxy with good heat resistance, and of couse there's fast and slow set, with the slow stuff typically the strongest.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Dec 2019
Any good for sticking hands to pavements? Asking for a friend.
KongDonkey30/12/2019 19:09

Any good for sticking hands to pavements? Asking for a friend.


Polyurethane would probably stick much better to concrete, but dampen the pavement first to activate the glue.

Putting generous amounts of superglue (no doubt shoplifted), in the telephone dial holes of public phone boxes and hanging around for a hapless victim to come along, used to be a popular entertainment for some school children.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Dec 2019
Can anyone give me some tips on preventing the glue to dry out between use? Thanks.
kazkah9630/12/2019 20:52

Can anyone give me some tips on preventing the glue to dry out between …Can anyone give me some tips on preventing the glue to dry out between use? Thanks.


Two part epoxy adhesives won't dry out, and have a pretty good shelf. Tip: don't put the tops on the wrong tubes

Superglue, which this isn't, keeps for a few years in the fridge.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Dec 2019
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Thanks OP.
this or araldite?

btw, bought thanks (even though I have araldite in the draw)
Edited by: "jezzery" 31st Dec 2019
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