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Gorilla Glue launches "virtually invisible" adhesive

Published: 28 March 2018

International adhesive brand Gorilla Glue has launched the new, extremely tough and virtually invisible, Gorilla Glue Clear. New Gorilla Glue Clear is for DIYers and home improvement enthusiasts looking for a highly-effective bond that combines strength with subtlety. This is the perfect new adhesive for people looking for a professional-looking finish, says the company. Managing director of Gorilla Glue Europe, Simon Damp, said: “At Gorilla Glue we are consistently at the forefront when it comes to developing innovative and exciting quality products, to meet consumer needs.
“The launch of Gorilla Glue Clear is being supported with a national TV, press and digital advertising campaign, providing DIY retailers with the opportunity to drive additional sales instore.”

Gorilla Glue Clear is Gorilla Tough and promises to deliver successful results across a variety of applications and projects. It is the ideal adhesive solution for home improvement jobs, including glasswork, as a fix for broken ceramic tiles, intricate stonework and nearly all clear fixes.  Gorilla Glue Clear, has a non-expanding foam-free formula, it is highly versatile and is water resistant.

Gorilla Glue Clear is available in 50ml with a RRP of £7.29 and 110ml with a RRP of £10.49.

 
 

 

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