Gorilla Contact Spray Adhesive Ultimate

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Product Description

Gorilla Contact Spray Adhesive Ultimate is an incredibly strong, permanent contact adhesive that resists heat and moisture. This formula has an aggressive tack that can be used on a variety of materials and surfaces, both indoor and out. The adjustable anti-clog nozzle is easy to use and offers 3 ways to spray web pattern, for a narrower or wider application. Bonds heavy duty fabric, car headliners, foam, rubber, felt, cork, ceramics, laminate, leather, metal, plastics, wood, canvas, & more!

Features & Benefits

  • PERMANENT BOND – High Strength.
  • LOW VOC – Meets CA CARB/OTC VOC requirements.
  • 3 WAYS TO SPRAY – Adjustable nozzle.
  • BONDS: Rubber, Felt, Cork, Ceramics, Laminate, Leather, Metal, Plastics*, Wood, Canvas & More.
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

  • All surfaces should be clean and free of dirt, grease and oil. Protect surrounding areas from overspray to avoid residual adhesive.
  • Shake can well before using.
  • Adjust spray pattern width by turning spray tip to desired setting (Low-Med-High).
  • Hold can in a vertical position 6 to 8 inches away from surfaces to be bonded and apply a uniform coat. Allow to dry to tack (approximately 1 minute) and press surfaces firmly together. Note: material is not repositionable.
  • For Maximum Bond Strength: Spray both surfaces to be joined with multiple coats of adhesive and dry to tack (1-2 minutes, depending on thickness) before bonding. Apply firm pressure when joining. Note: porous surfaces will require more than one coat.
  • To avoid possible clogging, turn can away from body, invert and spray a short jet to clear valve and spray tip.
  • Note: If nozzle experiences a clog, actuate rapid short bursts until cleared.
  • Not recommended for polystyrene foam and unsupported vinyl. Certain plastics can experience bond failure due to plasticizer migration. Heat and humidity can affect dry time.
  • Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including , which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/.

    * Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.


    Technical Information

    Gorilla Contact Spray Adhesive Ultimate
    • Standards Met: Meets CA CARB/OTC VOC requirements
    • Service/Operating Temperature: 32°F to 180°F
    • Application Temperature: 50°F to 90°F
    • Indoor/Outdoor: Yes – Gorilla has some water resistance capabilities but should not be used where finished product could be immersed/submerged in water (example of an outdoor application: wreath on a front door).
    • Moisture Resistant: Yes
    • Paintable: Acrylic paints will cure, but can be scratched off; spray paints cover up well, minimal susceptibility to scratch-off; oil-based paint will remain tacky but does not scratch off (not recommended for oil-based paints)
    • Sandable: Not easily sanded
    • Stainable: Oil stained will remain tacky
    • Cured Color: Light yellow when applied
    • Gap Filling: No
    • Storage: Between 32°F (0°C) and 120°F (48°C) – upper limit is extremely important due to flammability concerns
    • Country of Origin: United States
    Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

    109852 Standard sizes


    12.2 oz.


    UPC = 052427017789

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