Gorilla Wood Foaming Glue 500ml

£17.99 VAT included

Original Gorilla Glue, renowned for its incredible strength and versatility, this glue is 100% waterproof and can withstand extreme temperatures. Its water-activated polyurethane formula expands to form an exceptionally strong bond with virtually any material, making it perfect for all your beekeeping projects and repairs.

Why Beekeepers Choose Gorilla Glue:

  • Reliable Bonding: Ideal for securing hive parts, repairing frames, and ensuring your beekeeping equipment remains sturdy.
  • Multi-Material Adhesion: Bonds wood, stone, metal, ceramics, foam, glass, brick, concrete, and more!
  • Industrial Strength: Provides the durability needed for tough beekeeping tasks.
  • Weatherproof: 100% waterproof, ensuring your repairs hold up even in the damp conditions of a hive.
  • Temperature Resistant: Unaffected by extreme heat or cold, perfect for use in all seasons.
  • Easy Finishing: Paintable, stainable, and sandable for a seamless finish that blends with your hive.
  • Efficient Expansion: Foams to 3x its size, making a little go a long way, saving you time and effort.

Trust Original Gorilla Glue for all your beekeeping needs, from building new hives to repairing existing ones. Keep your apiary in top condition with the adhesive that beekeepers rely on.

How to Use Gorilla Glue for Beekeeping:

To ensure a strong and lasting bond in your beekeeping projects, follow these simple steps:

  1. Prepare the Surfaces: Clean and dry the rebated sections of the side panels of your brood and super boxes.
  2. Apply Sparingly: Apply Gorilla Glue sparingly onto the rebated sections of the side panels. A little goes a long way due to the glue’s expanding properties.
  3. Glue the Side Bars: Apply the glue onto the ends of the super and brood side bars, ensuring an even coat for a secure fit.
  4. Join and Clamp: Assemble the parts together immediately after applying the glue. Clamp the pieces to hold them in place while the glue expands and cures.
  5. Curing Time: Allow the glue to cure for the recommended time (typically 24 hours) to ensure maximum strength.
  6. Remove Excess Dried Glue: Once the glue has dried, remove any excess using sandpaper or a blade for a clean, professional finish.

With these steps, you can confidently use Original Gorilla Glue to build and repair your hives, keeping your bees safe and your equipment reliable.