• Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
  • Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle
Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle

Gorilla Wood Glue, 18 ounce Bottle

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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

Customer Reviews

Holds well Nice glue. It doesn't run all over the place. It is difficult to remove with alcohol or acetone. A palm sander helped some. Holds well. I built a log cabin dollhouse and can pick it up anywhere with no support. It doesn't hurt the house. Does dry clear but looks yellowish with stain. 5Video Shows Glue Used on Oak I've been having very good luck with this Gorilla wood glue. I can't swear by it, but it seems to me to be stronger and faster drying than the traditional wood glues that I've always used.Video shows a recent table build using this glue. The applicator is easy to use and clean. I think this is a solid glue and I intend to keep using it on wood projects. 5This glue is honestly the best for all wood projects INCREDIBLY fast shipping!!! This glue is honestly the best for all wood projects! I have simple Ikea coffee/end tables and I ve attached metal casters to the legs to make them mobile and give them a more rustic look. I tried hot glue...it only lasted for a small amount of time. The casters are too big to screw into the legs and I didn t want to destroy the table legs. This wood glue is exactly what I needed! It has a very strong hold! 5I can t see any difference from the Elmer s it replaced. I m making new counter tops for our kitchen revival and the 3/4-inch particle board needs to be reinforced with a second layer under the stress points and this is doing an excellent job. I also used it on the pine cabinet face frames along with some hidden screws and a trim piece of oak on the counter top edge and that s holding strong. My only complaint with this and others is the top tends to get plugged with some dried glue but it s worth the inconvenience to be able to run a nice bead of it. It s glue and it holds stuff together but so did the Titebond and Elmer s so I m using this one because it was the best price at the time of purchase and my old one had turned to a semi-rigid goop because the seal on the top didn t close tight enough. 4Not really any better than other wood glues I kind of fell for the marketing of this product. Whoever named it Gorilla Glue should get a promotion. However, the glue really isn't better than most other glues, and it has the really bothersome tendency to melt in the heat. I was working with it in my garage, building a desk. I had cut a groove, put glue in the groove, and then inserted a piece of wood. The glue dried overnight and I was pleased with the results. During the day, the heat in the garage melted the glue and the wood fell out. I would not consider myself any great carpenter, but I do know you need more than Gorilla Glue to keep things together long term. 3Minor Nozzle Issue, Good Glue Lots of versatile glue, low cost. The dispenser nozzle is easier to clean than some others, but I ended up accidentally (and rather easily) pulling the entire nozzle (clear portion) off the spout. For the amount of glue that this thing dispenses, I'd put a little more care into the design of these. Minor gripe about something that was my fault in the end. I've used this on my kid's swingset among other things and checked back on the glue touch up after a couple weeks in the sun and bearing some load - no cracks or creaks. While I wouldn't recommend this for load-bearing fixes in general (no way to determine exact load bearing capacity and bonding) there is no doubt that this stuff dries relatively fast and bonds tough. 4Go Go Gorilla I m a big fan of Gorilla wood glue. I was hesitant originally because I was afraid it was like original Gorilla glue that foams up and messes up everything you were trying to fix. This is nothing like that. For years I was a huge Titebond III and still am. I was in a pinch one day and the best my local hardware store was Gorilla. Gave it a try and haven t looked back. I was running low this past weekend and found the giant bottle here for not much more than what I paid for the smaller size so it s a win.This is the best wood glue I ve come across. It applies well, holds tight and dries a nice color that blends well. You should be happy with this big bottle whether you re the casual user or expert woodworker. I m somewhere in the middle myself. 5Good bonding wood glue I went to fix the drawer of an antique cobblers bench and realized that I had forgotten upon using my previous bottle that it was nearly empty. This is a bit more viscous than Elmers and some other wood glues, which makes it a bit more difficult to "add air" to the bottle after it is squeezed together. I find that removing the cap speeds this process rather than trying to let air in through the nipple. The bottle could actually be a bit thinner plastic, giving a little more control of the flow, as it is somewhat hand tiring to precisely dispense the glue. If you're using larger quantities and dispensing without the cap, this is not a concern. Good glue that's why I bought it again rather than other brands I have used in the past. 5Wood Glue - gorilla brand I have always used the elmers brand and decided to give gorilla glue a try. I am very pleased with the results. This wood glue is a little thicker - almost like a runny mayonnaise. It stays in place better on vertical surfaces and can be "piled-up" to fill voids. The bottle contains a built in dispenser cap. It arrives as shown and has a clear plastic bag with twist tie providing additional leakage protection. To use, simple remove the bottle from the plastic bag, pull the dispenser spout straight up, invert bottle and squeeze. Push the dispenser down to close. 5This stuff rocks. I repaired a dresser the cable guy broke when he dragged it out and put 250 lbs of pressure on one leg. It split heavily and I bought it would be a pain toFix but with his glue and a c clamp I didn't even need braces. This glue fusedThe parts back together amazingly. I'm impressed. Drying clear was a bonus 5
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Holds well Nice glue. It doesn't run all over the place. It is difficult to remove with alcohol or acetone. A palm sander helped some. Holds well. I built a log cabin dollhouse and can pick it up anywhere with no support. It doesn't hurt the house. Does dry clear but looks yellowish with stain. 5Video Shows Glue Used on Oak I've been having very good luck with this Gorilla wood glue. I can't swear by it, but it seems to me to be stronger and faster drying than the traditional wood glues that I've always used.Video shows a recent table build using this glue. The applicator is easy to use and clean. I think this is a solid glue and I intend to keep using it on wood projects. 5This glue is honestly the best for all wood projects INCREDIBLY fast shipping!!! This glue is honestly the best for all wood projects! I have simple Ikea coffee/end tables and I ve attached metal casters to the legs to make them mobile and give them a more rustic look. I tried hot glue...it only lasted for a small amount of time. The casters are too big to screw into the legs and I didn t want to destroy the table legs. This wood glue is exactly what I needed! It has a very strong hold! 5I can t see any difference from the Elmer s it replaced. I m making new counter tops for our kitchen revival and the 3/4-inch particle board needs to be reinforced with a second layer under the stress points and this is doing an excellent job. I also used it on the pine cabinet face frames along with some hidden screws and a trim piece of oak on the counter top edge and that s holding strong. My only complaint with this and others is the top tends to get plugged with some dried glue but it s worth the inconvenience to be able to run a nice bead of it. It s glue and it holds stuff together but so did the Titebond and Elmer s so I m using this one because it was the best price at the time of purchase and my old one had turned to a semi-rigid goop because the seal on the top didn t close tight enough. 4Not really any better than other wood glues I kind of fell for the marketing of this product. Whoever named it Gorilla Glue should get a promotion. However, the glue really isn't better than most other glues, and it has the really bothersome tendency to melt in the heat. I was working with it in my garage, building a desk. I had cut a groove, put glue in the groove, and then inserted a piece of wood. The glue dried overnight and I was pleased with the results. During the day, the heat in the garage melted the glue and the wood fell out. I would not consider myself any great carpenter, but I do know you need more than Gorilla Glue to keep things together long term. 3Minor Nozzle Issue, Good Glue Lots of versatile glue, low cost. The dispenser nozzle is easier to clean than some others, but I ended up accidentally (and rather easily) pulling the entire nozzle (clear portion) off the spout. For the amount of glue that this thing dispenses, I'd put a little more care into the design of these. Minor gripe about something that was my fault in the end. I've used this on my kid's swingset among other things and checked back on the glue touch up after a couple weeks in the sun and bearing some load - no cracks or creaks. While I wouldn't recommend this for load-bearing fixes in general (no way to determine exact load bearing capacity and bonding) there is no doubt that this stuff dries relatively fast and bonds tough. 4Go Go Gorilla I m a big fan of Gorilla wood glue. I was hesitant originally because I was afraid it was like original Gorilla glue that foams up and messes up everything you were trying to fix. This is nothing like that. For years I was a huge Titebond III and still am. I was in a pinch one day and the best my local hardware store was Gorilla. Gave it a try and haven t looked back. I was running low this past weekend and found the giant bottle here for not much more than what I paid for the smaller size so it s a win.This is the best wood glue I ve come across. It applies well, holds tight and dries a nice color that blends well. You should be happy with this big bottle whether you re the casual user or expert woodworker. I m somewhere in the middle myself. 5Good bonding wood glue I went to fix the drawer of an antique cobblers bench and realized that I had forgotten upon using my previous bottle that it was nearly empty. This is a bit more viscous than Elmers and some other wood glues, which makes it a bit more difficult to "add air" to the bottle after it is squeezed together. I find that removing the cap speeds this process rather than trying to let air in through the nipple. The bottle could actually be a bit thinner plastic, giving a little more control of the flow, as it is somewhat hand tiring to precisely dispense the glue. If you're using larger quantities and dispensing without the cap, this is not a concern. Good glue that's why I bought it again rather than other brands I have used in the past. 5Wood Glue - gorilla brand I have always used the elmers brand and decided to give gorilla glue a try. I am very pleased with the results. This wood glue is a little thicker - almost like a runny mayonnaise. It stays in place better on vertical surfaces and can be "piled-up" to fill voids. The bottle contains a built in dispenser cap. It arrives as shown and has a clear plastic bag with twist tie providing additional leakage protection. To use, simple remove the bottle from the plastic bag, pull the dispenser spout straight up, invert bottle and squeeze. Push the dispenser down to close. 5This stuff rocks. I repaired a dresser the cable guy broke when he dragged it out and put 250 lbs of pressure on one leg. It split heavily and I bought it would be a pain toFix but with his glue and a c clamp I didn't even need braces. This glue fusedThe parts back together amazingly. I'm impressed. Drying clear was a bonus 5
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