Monday, 22 June 2020

DIY With Gorilla Glue & WIN a Hardware Hamper of Gorilla Products To Improve Your Home!


Winter and lock down can be terribly dull unless you're keeping yourself constantly entertained and motivated. Don't waste the once in a lifetime opportunity to do the things this time affords. Use your overload of spare time to tackle all the to-do's around your home that require urgent action. Repairs, improvements, upgrades and decorating are just some of the tasks you can undertake while we wait through this challenging period.

If you're a home owner, you'll know there's always something to fix or improve around your property. Renters can also enjoy decorating and undertaking small DIY fixes to improve their abodes. A toolbox chocked with standard tools is a must for all. Even better, the addition of a selection of Gorilla products from your local hardware store can make lightning-fast work of your home 'must-do' list.


A multitude of household improvements can be completed quickly and easily with quality Gorilla products. With an armoury of Gorilla goods on hand, there's little need for expensive tools such as electric drills. The superior holding power of Gorilla glues and tapes can cover many home DIY projects and repairs and even assist your smaller crafting endeavours with speed, accuracy and efficiency.

Make simple repairs to damaged furniture around your home with Gorilla Wood Glue.

Gorilla Glues come in a wide selection for all types of applications and can cope with many home DIY jobs - from adhering wood, plastics, tiles, plaster and more. Gorilla products are renown for their holding power. It's something we've seen first hand since using a variety of their products to aid various repairs and upgrades around our home. Gorilla glues take on literally any task and we're truly pleased with the outcomes we've had.


No single glue can cover every task however, so Gorilla brand glues have a glue for just about everything you can imagine. So far we have repaired everything from shoes, walls, light fittings, precious broken ceramics, glassware and toys around our home. These repairs have been simple and straightforward too.

Original Gorilla Glue promises to bond virtually anything and is waterproof for indoor and outdoor fixes.

Gorilla Glue handled the repair of a plaster cornice in our kitchen like a true pro.

Find full instructions for the use of each product on the rear of the product card.

For repairs and improvements beyond glue, you can again find the superior bonding power of Gorilla adhesive in Gorilla Tapes. Use Gorilla's Double-Sided Mounting Tape in clear, (pictured above), to mount framed pictures or to install LED under-cupboard strip lighting in your kitchen. Being both an indoor and outdoor safe tape, we have even had success mounting new numbers on our letterbox with this tape!

Super strong tapes and waterproof patch and seal tapes are also available. Repair hoses,
inflatables and patch air or water leaks in wading pools and toys of all sorts.
Gorilla products are proudly made in the U.S.A and are a popular and respected brand throughout the world. For a full rundown of the glues and tapes featured in this post and others, please visit the Gorilla website to learn more. Gorilla products are available at all good hardware stores around Australia.

Please enter the giveaway below to win a hamper of useful Gorilla products to tackle your own DIY projects 
around your home.




WIN a Hamper of Gorilla Products 
to tackle your next DIY project!
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Promotion ends 15th July, 2020.


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*Disclosure: Featured items were gifted for review.
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53 comments:

  1. I have some wooden chairs that need to be fixed along with some wood projects that I never completed. - harolde

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  2. As hubby has finally finished our backyard deck (4 years in the making!!!) it's time to re-construct, re-finish and re-use our ancient outside furniture....I'll need some incredibly strong & tough gorilla to do this!

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  3. It's more a question of what wouldn't we undertake ... although I suspect it would all make its way to the shed for use in various 'projects' ... :D

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  4. I would fix all those busted toys we have in the house!
    karina lee

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  5. I need to fix some loose legs on our dining room chairs.

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  6. We have several projects that need fixing. First would be the bar stools- the backs have come off and are wobbly. We also need to make an extra shelf of some sort in the laundry room for my canned items this summer.

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  8. I'm going to decorate my shed with handcrafted faux flowers for the summer. (Kari Bellinger)

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  9. Not sure if my other commented posted. I had a little connection problem. -Darlene Carbajal

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  10. I am not really into DIY projects, but my mother is! I would love this for her! -Darlene Carbajal

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  11. Sara Zielinski I would fix things like loose chairs and parts of desk falling off and of course whatever else comes up.

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  12. We have a couple of broken ceramic figurines that I would repair.

    Richard Hicks

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  13. With a tween in the house, there is always something that needs to be glued or taped together. This would come in handy. Kelly Kimmell.

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  14. I have a table that I want to repurpose into something different, these products would help a lot!

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  15. I have a nightstand I need to refinish.

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  16. I haven't heard of this product till now...thanks for sharing. Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek and I look forward to seeing you again next Monday when the optional prompt is 26/51 Best Time Of Day. 29.6.2020 Take care, Denyse.

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  17. I have sewing cabinets that need a redo~

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  18. I have some wall art that needs to be mounted onto wood backing to fit the space better.

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  19. I have a few pictures to up on the wall and I want to fix a cracked bird feeder!

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  20. Never hurts to have the tools you need to fix a problem on hand.

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  21. I just used Gorilla Glue to repair my favorite hair clip. With Covid-19, my hair has become even thicker and longer. I apparently squeezed to hard on the clip trying to get more of my hair in it. Gorilla Glue fixed it like a champ! April Morin

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  22. Our chairs need a squirt of glue, along with many other projects, I have a little decorative fence that I have outside that could use a shot of glue!

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  23. Gorilla glue is my go to glue whenever I need to glue anything..
    It works first time everyone..

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  24. I would make frames for all my pictures and hang them (Kate Slack)

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  25. I would use this to make more wood projects or just fix stuff here on the farm. My girls could do a lot with it as well. Thank you

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  26. Not only would I use it for around my home but at school where I work. For fixing toys the little ones inevitably break.

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  27. What a great package to undertake some much needed furniture restoration projects. Being on a budget I’ve had to “make do” with sub standard and less then impressive styles of home furnishings. I can’t wait to let my creativity flow using gorilla glue

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  28. I'm tempted to glue the fridge door shut, but instead I'll fix my chair. Too much quarantine eating has it busting at the joints!!

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  29. I'm making a dolls house for my daughter and this pack would have me set for making sure it's all secured easily
    Sarah Ellwood
    Sarahmary92@hotmail.com

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