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Gorilla Glue

Posted by loislaney Zone 5/6 E. Ore (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 28, 05 at 12:47

I just e-mailed the Gorilla Glue company and they told me G.G. would hold my cement benchtop to the cement legs even if I have to move the bench. Has anyone tried using this?


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RE: Gorilla Glue

It is great stuff if used correctly.
Make sure your concrete is well cleaned with a wire brush and DAMP not dry before applying the glue.

If you have a subwoofer speaker system turn it way up before visiting the website below.:)

Here is a link that might be useful: Good Glue


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RE: Gorilla Glue

Let me share my funny story - couple years ago, I was making concrete hands using latex gloves for molds .... worked great, but finger breakage happened often. Someone recommended GG - and it worked!!!!!! So - I wrote a tongue in cheek thank you to the GG folks - clearly stating my digits were made of concrete, and how much I appreciated GG's ability to repair broken fingers. Well.........uh...........yeah, I won a T-shirt from them ........... but equally eye opening was they thought I meant REAL fingers - so take their advice w/ a grain of salt unless they have new staff folks - LMAO every time I remember all of that.

LOL

Vicki


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RE: Gorilla Glue

Hey, on their website about the clay pots - that's me!!!!


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