Gorilla Glue

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A bottle of Gorilla Glue

Gorilla Glue is a polyurethane glue.

Usage[edit]

Gorilla Glue is a brand name of a line of glues and adhesive tapes for various applications, from home to industrial.

Gorilla Glue wood glue expands when it cures, creating a foam 3x thicker than the original application. The wood contact surface should be moisturized as the glue is water activated. Uncured glue can be removed with solvents, such as acetone.[1] Glue that has dried must be removed mechanically.[2]

Composition[edit]

Name EINECS-No CAS-No % Content Risk Statements
Diphenylmethane diisocyanate, isomers and homologues[3] - 9016-87-9[3] (or 101-68-8)[4] 45–65% Xn, R20, R36/37/38, R42/43

Health hazards[edit]

Gorilla Glue is harmful by inhalation, and irritating to the eyes, respiratory system, and skin. If Gorilla Glue is ingested, it may cause gastrointestinal blockage, and medical attention should be sought immediately.[5]

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