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Gorilla Wood Glue

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This all-purpose wood glue combines a natural drying color with the strength you expect from Gorilla Glue. It passes the ANSI/HVPA Type II specification for water resistance, and requires shorter clamp-time than leading wood glues, making it an ideal choice for both indoor and outdoor woodworking projects. Sandable, paintable glue is resistant to solvents and mildew, and is also FDA approved for indirect food contact.


  • Cleans up with water, non-toxic
  • Works with radio-frequency gluing systems
  • Formulated for hardwoods, softwoods, and wood composites
More Information
Brand Gorilla Glue
Manufacturer Part Number 6200002
Weight 0.6500
Tech Spec No
Tech Docs
Dry Time 24 hrs
Length No
Width No
Size 8 oz
Wood Glue Type All Purpose
Bristle Type No
Species No
4.2 / 5.0
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Great glue I don't use anything else
October 19, 2017
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Gorilla glue is a great product.
After my first usage it is now my favorite. It is particularly helpful when more time is required prior to clamping.
February 15, 2016
over 2 years ago
Best in Class
I really like this stuff. It has really good early tack strength, easy cleanup, and excellent bond strength when cured. I have used most of the glues of this class - and this is my favorite.
September 23, 2015
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
I used this product for 3...
I used this product for 3 (large Oak pantry, Oak and Purleheart weather station and Cypress BBQ cart) of my latest projects. It is an excellent glue. The quick "tacky" time makes joining items a breeze. It worked well with a variety of wood, Oak, Cypress, Purpleheart and with plywood and veneers. I will use this as my primary wood glue from now on. Clean up is a breeze also.
May 29, 2008
I used this glue for the...
I used this glue for the quick set on a set of boxes/cases of poplar. It was a miter joint, not the strongest joint and needs a good glue. This was not it. 4 out of 5 times the joint "popped" while sanding the box sides. Perhaps I did not use enough glue when setting the joint, but I've been making these boxes for a year now and never had this problem with Titebond.
December 11, 2011
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Kenneth B on Aug 13, 2018
like the glue it handles with and you end up with a very strong bond
Regina D on Dec 8, 2017
Kenneth B on Aug 13, 2018
Positive experience
Robert U on Jul 7, 2018
like the glue it handles with and you end up with a very strong bond
Regina D on Dec 8, 2017
use it and it has never failed me as yet
Leslie D on Aug 31, 2017
have used it before
John G on Apr 22, 2017
I have used this before and it sets quickly and bonds wood really well.
Scott H on Feb 4, 2017
very good glue have used it very happy with it
ROBERT P on Aug 9, 2016
holding strength
matthew d on Mar 8, 2016
something new, will try it on projects and see how it works
lucille D on Dec 31, 2015
The product's reputation is excellent and it looks easy to apply.
Marilyn T on Dec 16, 2015
Excellent glue
Ray W on Dec 4, 2015
Past experience. Works good. Like Titebond also.
Jack L. B on Nov 4, 2015
Wanted to try it, it works great.
Dennis M on Sep 27, 2015
Good product
Steve P on Aug 8, 2015
Positive experience
Robert U on Jul 7, 2018
use it and it has never failed me as yet
Leslie D on Aug 31, 2017
Set up time?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not much different from Titebond 2. About an hour. Cures in about 4-5 hours.
How long should I leave the clamps on?
Ray T on May 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I left the clamps on overnight just to be sure it had set up. I had no problems with my shelves coming apart. I don't think it is any messier than other wood glues and it wasn't that much more expensive where I got it.
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