"Bought the gorilla glue to stick anti scum spikes to a breeze block wall, didn't want to risk splitting the block with drilling and plugging! This stuff is as good as other reviews on here. Very impressed that it stuck metal to block and so far it's set and stuck hard It does foam up slightly but as it's being used in a area that isn't in view it didn't matter. Bit expensive but did the trick for us."
"Had to fix a glass shower panel poorly fitted by someone I hired. The 8mm glass panel and hinged door are very heavy. The panel dropped out of the frame by about 10mm at the top. Gorilla glue has held it back in place, and the door now closes. Have also used it to repair a broken chair leg which is now stronger than the original wood. Definitely the glue to reach for."
"I've been using the glue for a while now and I have to say out of all the other glues I've used it is amazing it does what I need it to enables me to glue stuff but still lets me realign pieces if I need to"
"I am an OAP on a state pension, and I like building model aeroplanes. Balsa wood has got prohibitively expensive so I began experimenting with Depron. It was very hard to find a glue for Depron until Gorilla glue was mentioned. Works really well and gives plenty of time to position parts accurately. Very strong joints and works just as well on gluing wood to Depron. Looked expensive when I first bought it, but the glue seems to last forever, as long as you don't forget to put the cap back on. I found it difficult to keep the nozzle from clogging, and use a stick to apply the glue to parts rather than use the nozzle. Well happy with Gorilla glue and will be building all my model aircraft with it from now on. Latest is an electric powered Junior 60. Great flyer."
"Providing you read the instructions this stuff is FANTASTIC. You don't need much and it's REALLY strong! You'll need a small dish with some water, as one side of the joint needs to be dampened, and a way to hold the parts secure while it cures then get stuck in!"
"well what more can you say than WOW with a product like this, word of advice haven't done it but if left on your fingers to long you might have trouble getting them apart, if it can stick carbon fibre rods fingers should be no problem"
"Excellent product, has a slight foaming/expanding property which can ensure a tight fit, but don't rely on it, the foam is never as strong as the wood. In normal workshop settings where the joint is a good fit it works really well. It is also a useful problem solver. Note the Safety Data Sheet does not describe what most people would know as superglue. It doesn't bond instantly and it would take 20 minutes to stick your fingers together! Having said that it is a devil to get residue off your fingers. Gloves are recommended."