The Bottom Line
The dual-tube, syringe-style applicator was easy to use, but was a bit inconsistent, in that it was difficult to consistently get even amounts of both of the elements of the glue. Otherwise, this was as easy of an epoxy to use as I've ever encountered, and it has held my project very well so far.
- Sets up quickly and is weight-bearing in 24 hours
- Easy to mix with the dual-tube syringe-style container
- A little really goes a long way
- Can fill voids and bond uneven surfaces
- Syringe seemed a bit inconsistent in getting even amounts of each of the two parts of the epoxy
- Mix must be used within five minutes, so work quickly
- Includes a mixing stick. Simply squeeze out a little bit of each half of the tube onto a mixing surface, mix and use.
- As with any epoxy or glue, be sure to use in a well-ventilated area, and use care not to get any on your skin or eyes.
- Once cured, Gorilla Glue Epoxy is Low-VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) and non-toxic.
- Dries to a light tan color after 24 hours.
Guide Review - Gorilla Glue Epoxy Review
The dual-tube syringe style container of Gorilla Glue Epoxy is a big improvement over years past. While it can be a bit inconsistent in getting enough of the darker colored half of the epoxy out of the tube (to match the lighter portion), it is easy to mix in small batches and quite easy to apply with the included mixing/application stick.
For instance, I used two tubes of Gorilla Glue Epoxy to attach about 40 wooden letters and three wooden cutouts on an edged sheet of plywood for an outdoor sign. In looking at the tubes at the outset, I figured I would need about two more tubes to finish the task, but by the time I was done, I still had half of the second tube left over. In other words, I discovered that a little really goes a long way. (Even though I capped the end of the tubes in the event that I need more epoxy later for another project, I don't expect that the opened tube will be viable for use for more than about 30 days.)