gorilla glue

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Re: gorilla glue

Postby slug » Sun Mar 21, 2010 3:50 pm

Having an allergy to epoxy forces one to look for alternatives. I've had excellent success with "titebond 3". It is waterproof and has some gap filling capabilities and I don't have to wait 2 days before I can use the joint. I've used it on all my batten scarf joints.
However, on the planking I'm using MAS epoxy with their new "low tox" hardener with great success so far....no reactions :D
Not cheap tho.
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Re: gorilla glue

Postby Cooley » Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:08 am

I'm just starting a new build and intend on using Gorilla Glue. It should be just fine since the entire hull shall be encased in epoxy.

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Re: gorilla glue

Postby chugalug » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:16 am

:D I used some of that in my build .I'm also trying something that's supposed to glue frozen green treat lumber together.came in 40 oz tubes.I used some titebond 3 in interior panels and destroyed the panel trying to remove it later
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