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GORILLA Wood Glue 236ml $4.37 (HD PM oppurtunity for less than $4)

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[Home Hardware] GORILLA Wood Glue 236ml $4.37 (HD PM oppurtunity for less than $4)

If case you missed the PA sale earlier this month on the 530ml bottle, or just didn't need a bigger bottle, home hardware presently has the 236ml bottle, for $4.37.
https://www.homehardware.ca/en/236ml-wo ... /p/2020067

HD has it for $4.98. You can PM local HD and get an extra $10% off to bring it to under $4.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/gorill ... 1000708439

BOTH HD and HH clearly state Model # 6200201 on their web pages, so HD can't claim it is a different SKU.

Great glue. And very nice price. Even better if you can PM HD.

IF you go through a lot of wood glue, then obviously the larger bottle is a better deal when it goes on sale. But for occasional users, and just a great glue to have around the house, this is great.

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Good deal. For those interested to how it compares to others.
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Nuckles wrote: Good deal. For those interested to how it compares to others.
Great video, but there are many factor that play into the holding factor for these glues. Material strengths (often break is not the glue giving up, but the material around the glued area giving up), treated materials (either pressure treated wood, or even tree sap), etc..) So take these non-scientific tests with a grain of salt.

I've always used Titebond original and Gorilla and have never had any issues for my uses at least. If I need extreme holding strength, I would also add some mechanical support (screws, etc..).
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Use it in your hair and profit.

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