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New Post 5/27/2008 5:02 AM
  buckybeaver49r
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Glue Safety 

I love Gorilla Glue, but no where on your website does it talk about the safety of your glue after it dries.   For example, if I glue a ceramic bowl together, after it dries, can I use it to serve food?  What about coffee cups and heat after it dries?

It would be great if you had something on you website that lets people know how safe your product is after the curing period is over and if there is any toxicity.

Thanks.

 
New Post 5/28/2008 10:01 AM
  shulljohnny@yahoo.com
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Re: Glue Safety 

the only glue that ihave  used  is  wellwood  contact glue.   i  have  heat  alot  about  garilla  glue.  i beleave   if  was toxicity  you'll  would   provite  mds   sheet  about  all  products    some  glue  company   tells  the person    to  use   gloves   and  wear  a  smask .    i  have not  used  garilla glue   befor   in  my life.

 
New Post 5/29/2008 5:59 AM
  Gorilla
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Re: Glue Safety 

Thank you for the feedback about information on our site. Our MSDS is available in a downloadable pdf format on our site if you need more specific information. Gorilla Glue is completely non-toxic once fully cured. Just remember to use common sense when using on applications involving surfaces that come in contact with food.

 
New Post 6/2/2008 8:09 PM
  buckybeaver49r
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Re: Glue Safety 

Thanks for the clarification.  I'm glad to hear the glue is non-toxic after it dries.  That is a very important feature about Gorilla glue to know. 

Can I assume that if I repair my favorite cereal bowl with Gorilla glue that I can microwave it without a problem after it completely dries?  I sure hope so.

 

 
New Post 6/5/2008 5:30 AM
  gglauren
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Re: Glue Safety 

That's right, once dried, you can use the cereal bowl just like normal. Be sure not to microwave or heat until the glue is fully cured, which is about 24 hours.

 
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