How Strong Is Gorilla Glue Duct Tape?

How Strong Is Gorilla Glue Duct Tape?

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Sarah Rae Smith
Aug 7, 2008

The Gorilla Glue name has been around for several years now and many of us have become fanatics for it. In 2006 they released their line of duct tape. Never having picked it up (it's about twice the price of other duct tapes), we have been reading something persuasive arguments in favor of this super sticky product. Click through the jump to give us your thoughts on this stay put subject.

Regular Duct Tape is meant for smooth surfaces.... like ducts. This seems like a relatively "duh" type statement, but since we use duct tape for just about everything, it's a good reminder that it's not always the best tool for the job.
We were reading about how others are shifting gears to give this little roll a try.

Available in rolls of 35 yards, 12 yards and 1"x30', the manufacture's website tells us that their product was designed to help hold tight to rough, uneven and unforgiving surfaces. It can take on the likes of wood, stone, stucco, plaster, brick and more. It was named Popular Science's "Best of What's New in 2006" and has hit the ground running ever since. And although we are curious as to what MacGyver could have done with a roll.... we're curious what projects you've taken on with it. Let us know and leave us a comment!

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