February 2000's
Glue of the Month

Original Gorilla Glue

This glue has been brought to our attention from our U.S. users. Although it is not yet available any where other than the United States, we were fortunate to obtain a sample from the manufactures, Lutz File & Tool Company, and found it quite worthy of This to That recognition.

Original Gorilla Glue is a polyurethane glue especially designed for wood. Its outstanding features are:

We also found it to work surprisingly well on wood to stone, ceramic, some plastics, and even glass. It did not work well on metal, rubber, leather or vinyl. Gorilla Glue needs pressure to adhere, so it works best on joints and flat surfaces. It is an extremely sticky glue that expands with moisture and if not used carefully can get pretty messy. It cleans up with denatured alcohol and other solvents, but it is toxic to touch and ingest so we do not recommend it for children, in spite of the sassy packaging. We like this glue a lot and could tell you much more about it, but why not check out their excellent website.

By the way, for those of us who live any where other than the U.S.A., Jake Ragland of Lutz File & Tool Company told us he hopes to get Canadian and European distribution very soon.

Regular Gorilla Glue page

Past Glues of the Month

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