Gorilla Glue has come out with new clear-drying wood glue.
The company says that their new glue can be used for both indoors and outdoors projects, and passes tests for ANSI/HPVA Type II water resistance.
It dries clear, “offering an invisible bond on wood surfaces.”
It’s paintable and can be sanded, but cannot be stained.
It sets with 20-30 minutes of clamp-time, and is fully cured in 24 hours.
This is a water-based PVA-type glue. Gorilla says it can be thinned by adding water, but not to exceed 5% by weight.
Buried in the FAQs on their website, Gorilla confirms that, once cured, the glue “complies with FDA #CFR21 175.105 for indirect food contact and can be used on projects such as salad bowls and cutting boards.”
Gorilla has had “natural” tan color wood glue on the market for a while, although I’ve never tried it. This looks to be similar, but clear-drying.
Price $10 for 2x 4oz bottles