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.
Clear Gorilla Glue provides heavy-duty performance, is an excellent choice for indoor and outdoor projects, and bonds to virtually everything. Clear Gorilla Glue can be painted using an oil-based paint or spray paint and once sanded will accept acrylic or latex paint. This adhesive can be stained after it has been thoroughly sanded. Clear Gorilla Glue will not expand when cured and the water-resistant glue forms an incredibly strong bond that can hold through both hot and cold temperatures. Although Clear Gorilla Glue is water resistant it is not recommended for continual water exposure.
All surfaces must be clean and tight fitting. Clear Gorilla Glue will stain clothes.
For non-porous surfaces only (i.e. metal, glass, plastics), lightly dampen one surface with water. Do not add water to bottle.
Apply Clear Gorilla Glue to surfaces. Best at room temperature.
Clamp objects together for 2 hours. Full cure in 24 hrs. You can use heavy objects to achieve clamping pressure.
*Not recommended for use on polyethylene or polypropylene plastics.
After each use, wipe nozzle clean with a dry cloth and tightly replace lid. Store in a cool, dry place with exposure to light. Lack of light and heat can cause the product to yellow. Cured glue can be removed from work surface with chisel, scraper or sandpaper. Store away from children and animals. Made in the U.S.
* Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.
Gorilla 45 Clear Gorilla Glue
- Adhesive: Clear How are adhesives different?
- Service/Operating Temperature: -20°F to 180°F
- Application Temperature: 32°F to 100°F
- Standards Met: ANSI/HPVA Type II
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.