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gorilla glue white vs brown

Here is the GG you want
both bottles indicate bonds foam

Here is the wood glue does not work too good on foam

Orignal Gorilla Glue Called Yellow GG

The white glue referred to here comes in Precision Glue Pen and 2 oz. bottle only and is clear when in the bottle. The white refers to the color it is when it dries. If your GG came in a bigger bottle and is white in the bottle you have the GG wood glue. I am sure if you read the label it will tell you it is wood glue. I used wood glue to glue a lot of my puddle monster (8 foot wing water plane) so it will work on foam, but isn’t as strong as GG and takes 24 hours to dry. If used to glue a very large area the glue in the center may never dry.
The Glue guide below may help:
That may be the case, HOWEVER, it was labled Gorilla Glue and it was white. If there
is more than one kind of white Gorilla glue, we need to know how to tell which one is
the right one. LOL! Thanks for the reply. Warm regards, Jim
I’ve seen a number of people recommend white Gorilla glue for use on
foamies. I just picked up a bottle at Walmart and on the front was
printed “not for use on foam” or some words to that effect. I’m
looking for a bit of clarification. Warm regards, Jim
how about a picture of the bottle

Use as any other CA .

sounds like you got wood glue

Discussion White Gorilla glue? Foamies (Scratchbuilt)

Gorilla glue white vs brown

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Cannabis, like alcohol, has many nuances to consider. Just as you’d never sidle up to a bar for a pint of “alcohol,” you should know more about cannabis than to request simply “weed.” This year saw a rise in appreciation for CBD, a major cannabinoid present in marijuana. THC, the heady component that makes users feel high, is the other major cannabinoid in cannabis. CBD doesn’t affect the mind; instead, it’s jam-packed with medicinal applications, spanning from treating menstrual cramps to epilepsy. As stigma surrounding cannabis wanes, patients interested in non-pharmaceutical treatments have more and more CBD-heavy options.
Perhaps the champion of sofa-anchor strains, the aromatic GG4 cranks user relaxation to 11. On its fourth iteration, GG4 gets its name from extreme stickiness (that’s the THC sticking to pistils, making crystals called trichomes. High concentrations of trichomes will make bud look frosty) and tranquil weight (you get “glued” to wherever you smoked it). When rolled up or sparked in a bowl, GG4 emits plumes of earthy smoke. Its use promotes cerebral sedation. This potent, indica-dominant hybrid almost never happened; Gorilla Glue, the mother strain kicking off the celebrated family tree, was a surprise baby. A hermaphrodite Chem Sis (the sativa-dominant Chemdawg variation) pollinated a chatty Sour Dubb. Growers crossed the seeds born of that with heady Chocolate Diesel, thus bringing this powerful, dreamy strain into orbit. GG4 took home second place in Best Hybrid Flower at the 2016 Colorado Cannabis Cup, its win spilling into a welcomed 2017 pervasiveness. GG4, like GSC, suffered a copyright infringement lawsuit spearheaded by glue brand Gorilla Glue, forcing its name change. (GG Strains and the adhesive company settled in October.) Just a shame its alternative moniker, Trump’s Hair Glue No. 4, has yet to catch on.
Dark, mossy-colored buds accentuated by pops of deep purple and glazed with tiny dank crystals, GSC’s glamorous appearance is striking. Adrienne Airhart of Los Angeles dispensary The Higher Path calls the indica-dominant hybrid “the ubiquitous party strain.” GSC is a cross of euphoric California staple OG Kush and energizing Durban Poison, which is a pure sativa that summons creativity while relieving symptoms like pain and loss of appetite. GSC also reduces anxiety, making it an obvious go-to for the agoraphobic forced to socialize.
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Cannabis has had quite the year. Namely, companies learned the industry is hella lucrative – it’s a multi-billion dollar industry – and politicians gleaned supporting legalization can earn them some political sway. This year also ushered in a massive wave of luxe cannabis products and accessories. It’s safe to say what might have been considered the plant’s edge is now officially sanded and shellacked smooth. But just because something goes mainstream doesn’t mean it’s no longer cool. Look at craft beer! Now cannabis has completed a similar metamorphosis. And five strains in particular reigned 2017 supreme.

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