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Clear Gorilla Glue

Added: 18 March 2021 - Clear Gorilla Glue

Clear Gorilla Glue is an incredibly strong, versatile, crystal clear adhesive. It can be used for general projects and repairs, and is the ideal solution for bonding glass or other transparent materials. Whether you are building, creating, or repairing, it's the go-to solution for bonding wood, stone, metal, ceramic, foam, glass, and more. It is specially designed with a non-foaming formula, making it easy to use and hard to see. The water-resistant glue forms an incredibly strong bond that can hold through both hot and cold temperatures. Using it is easy, just remember these three steps: 1. Damp it: Gorilla Glue is cured with moisture, so lightly dampen the surface with water before applying glue. 2. Glue it: Apply a thin layer of Clear Gorilla Glue on one side of the project. If necessary, you can wipe excess glue off with a dry cloth during the first 15 minutes of set up. After that, it's best to let the excess glue harden, then chip or sand away the residue. 3. Clamp it: Clamp project for 2 hours depending on the materials. You can also use heavy objects to achieve clamping pressure. If possible, allow full cure for 24 hours. When you are finished, clean the lid of the glue bottle with a dry cloth, replace the cap tightly, and store in a cool, dry environment with exposure to light.

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