Sticky Ass Glue is a waterproof moisture-cure polyurethane adhesive that looks to have few limitations. From the technical details, it appears that the glue is as stubbornly strong as the “Ass” part of its name suggests.
SAG’s development story is actually a pretty interesting one: four fathers ran into trouble with a backyard playset assembly and were disappointed with the relentless foaming action of a store-bought urethane glue. Two of them had backgrounds in adhesives, so they went on to create what they believed to be a better product.
Hmm… I wonder how Sticky Ass Glue performs compared to Gorilla Glue…
Sticky Ass Glue via Amazon
Product Info via SAG
Sticky Ass Glue is made in the USA.
I was thinking the same thing. I take it that Gorilla Glue was the glue that sprang to mind when you read about their story too?
That’s what came to my mind as well. Gorilla Glue does have a tendency to foam, but I never thought of it as such a huge problem.
For small repairs and repairs where detail is of a concern, it can be an issue. Clamping it (even if one has to use binder clips) helps a bit, but sometimes it ends up foaming outwards and then needs to be filed down. That said, I’ve taken to using DevCon WeldIt for most of my soft repairs.