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A Great General-Purpose Glue with the most applications
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2018
It costs less than FoamTac and Goop. It bonds objects both porous and smooth, and parts that encounter constant mechanical vibration. Gorilla glue is only good for porous materials. It is u.v. resistant, not like E6000, Welder glue, Shoe Goo or regular Goop, all of which will turn yellow and brittle when exposed to direct sun. E6800 will also eventually turn brittle when exposed to u.v. rays, but it takes longer to deteriorate. You can extend its durability by painting over it. I use it to build model airplanes, masonry repairs, auto moulding, repairing broken pottery, rubber and vinyl repairs. It works well as a thread lock, but just apply it over the thread and screw head, not in between the threads, or it will be very difficult to unscrew. When fully cured, E6800 is waterproof. Gorilla glue is not waterproof. It does not foam and make a mess like Gorilla glue. It keeps longer in the tube than Gorilla glue. I've tried many different kinds of adhesives and glues. Overall, E6800 has the most applications.