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Gorilla 532ml Wood Glue $15.90 @ Bunnings


Gorilla Wood glue on sale at Bunnings. Usually around $20. Not sure if this will be the new regular price, or a random sale.

$20.70 at Sydney Tools. https://sydneytools.com.au/product/gorilla-glue-gg41007-532m...

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Gorilla Strength Delivered, Again – Gorilla Wood Glue is a leader in strength, providing an unmatched confidence level for success.
Complete Projects Faster - Requires only 20-30 minutes of clamp time, and is fully cured in 24 hours.
Use Indoors or Outdoors - Passes ANSI/HPVA Type II water resistance.
Versatile - Good for use on hardwoods, softwoods, and wood composites.
Dries Natural Colour - There are no added dyes. Only natural wood fibers are used for a natural looking bond line. Say goodbye to the "orange after-glow" from yellow glues.

Gorilla Wood Glue bonds stronger, faster for wood-to-wood applications. It's hard working and long lasting. What's more, our special formula was created for a variety of wood surfaces, is water-resistant, and ideal for indoor.

Gorilla Wood Glue is what woodworkers, carpenters and hobbyists have been waiting to use, for their toughest jobs on planet Earth™.

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  • +1 vote

    Pretty sure this is what I paid for it the other week


      hopefully an all new low price! It would be good if they sold a 4L version.

      Thinking of switching over to Titebond II or III for this reason

      • +2 votes

        How do you keep it from drying up and becoming solid?

        I used a bit of mine then capped it off, but it turned solid. The next time I put it in the fridge but the same thing happened. RIP.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah this is the reason I stick to smaller tubes


          Yeah, buy smaller servings.

          I’ve been tempted in the past and have bought a large when I should have gone for something smaller. Cheaper per ml right? Not when you end up throwing half out.

          It’s a moisture cure, so the fridge is probably not going to help. Maybe if you pack it into a box of salt or something….

          Great glue though. I find it sticks foam pretty well….assembled some high density polystyrene boxes with this stuff, and they’re still together despite the abuse I subject them to. I did have some timber joints break apart recently though, but I may not have prepped properly.

          Edit: actually, disregard all that. I’ve been using a different Gorilla product methinks. This looks like PVA based stuff right? I was using the foaming stuff.

    • +1 vote

      Pretty sure that’s about what I paid about 6 months ago.