Its high strength and quick set time make Gorilla Super Glue the go-to adhesive for a variety of household projects. Developed for long-lasting repairs in an instant, the clear glue dries in 10-45 seconds.
Drying time varies depending on the glue formulation, the temperature and humidity, and the amount of glue used. You can use a blow dryer or a heat lamp to help speed up the glue drying process. Generally, the thinner the application of glue and the warmer and dryer the climate, the faster the glue will dry.
10-30 secondsGorilla Super Glue Gel is easy to use. It dries in 10-30 seconds and no clamps are needed. Simply clean the surfaces of your project to get rid of dirt, dust and grease. Apply a small amount of Gorilla Super Glue Gel (more isn't always better, use one drop per square inch).
Apply a thin, uniform coat of adhesive on each surface. Allow adhesive to dry until tacky but will not transfer to your knuckle when touched (maximum dry time about 4 minutes).
Super 77 says it's dry in 10 seconds to 15 minutes for a one-sided application. (10 seconds to 30 minutes for a two-sided application.)
The drying time is approximately 15 seconds to 1 minute and the bonding range is 15 seconds to 15 minutes. To get the maximum storage life, which is about 15 months, the spray will need to be stored in temperatures ranging from 60° to 80°F. 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive is flammable, so please use the product responsibly.
To achieve high initial strength allow 2 to 3 minutes before bonding for ultimate initial strength allow 5 to 10 minutes before bonding. All bonds must be made within 10 to 15 minutes after application.
Super 77 only works if it is tacky! Once you spray, you need to let the adhesive sit. This allows for the stick particles to expand, to cure a little, so you will have optimal stickiness.
The acid-free formula is safe for use with photos and other delicate paper products. Available in 4.37-ounce or 10.7-ounce cans with spray applicator tops.
SpecificationsClamp Time10-30 SecondsOpen TimeNot RepositionableDry TimeLight Handling after 1-5 MinutesDry ColorTranslucentFull Cure24 Hours
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