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  • Gorilla Glue becomes garden and DIY “must have”

    Gorilla Glue and its range of adhesives and tapes are fast becoming the ?must have? products for the gardening industry and for DIY jobs around the home.

    Gorilla Glue original bonds materials other adhesives can’t including metal, stone, wood, ceramics, glass and more. As an all purpose adhesive, Gorilla Glue will bond just about anything? and being 100% waterproof makes it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use being strong enough to stand up to the elements. These features and the fact it is temperature resistant; Gorilla Glue does not break down when exposed outdoors and is unaffected by heat or extremely cold temperatures, allows it to stand out from the crowd and be a ?front runner? within the gardening and DIY industries.

    Gorilla Tape has become synonymous with its toughness, its all-weather shell and the ability to stick to rough and uneven surfaces including wood and brick. ?All of the products in the Gorilla Glue ?family? ensure that jobs around the home and garden are carried out to standards trade professionals would be proud of. The products retail from ?5.89 and are available on Amazon and at Homebase, Screwfix, Wickes and The Range as well as from independent DIY stores across the UK.

    Gorilla Glue is soon set to be one of the market leading adhesive brands in the UK as they already are in the US. The Gorilla Glue Company is a family owned company with headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio and has been selling Gorilla Glue for over a decade.

    The glue was first discovered being used in Indonesia on teak furniture, but consumers soon found it to be incredibly versatile and demand soared. On a mission to make products that deliver impressive results, the company expanded and its offerings include Gorilla Tape, Gorilla Super Glue and Gorilla Wood Glue and Gorilla Clear Repair Tape.

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