Is Gorilla Hot Glue the Best? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 27 May 2019
  • Is Gorilla hot glue stick is best? Gorilla, Stanley, Arrow, Folote, Elmers, Ad Tech, and Surebonder all get put to the test for tensile and shear strength on wood and tensile strength on PVC/plastic. The PVC was left unsanded to help represent how well these glues stick to a smooth surfaces, such as glass, plastic, high gloss painted surfaces. I'm not sponsored by any of these brands and I purchased all the products tested. Thank you very much for supporting the channel by watching the commercials and through Patreon support. https://www.patreon.com/projectfarm

    This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Project Farm LLC
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COMMENTS: 40

  • Power Stache
    Power Stache   8 hours ago

    I can’t believe I’m saying this but I think I’m gonna start being a hot glue gun guy

  • borderm3
    borderm3   1 days ago

    Great!!!! Who knew! I always automatically think of Stanley products as being cheapest quality

  • Ebony Hayes
    Ebony Hayes   1 days ago

    I went out & bought a 30ct pack of gorilla glue sticks a few weeks ago, thinking they were the best because of all the " hype".😰 My mistake, I should've watched Project Farm sooner🤣

  • Scarakus
    Scarakus   3 days ago

    The commercial yellow ones are the best.. They won't work in cheap glue guns, they're much harder.. Used them on a construction job way back in the 80's... I swiped a bucket full, and it was a sad day when i ran out... lol

  • thereggub
    thereggub   4 days ago

    Maybe Elmers glue is meant more for child use? To allow kids to pull their hands apart in case of accidents

  • Dizzious
    Dizzious   4 days ago

    Man I use tons of hot glue. Thanks for this video, I'll be referencing it in the future.

  • Justin Tsai
    Justin Tsai   5 days ago

    Very useful refernece and guide! Thanks. I found another brand FIXSY on Amazon. Would you put them in your next testing?

  • beez.
    beez.   1 weeks ago

    Now i cant buy anything with out consulting PFarm...And im not Kidding...!

  • Gary Chandler
    Gary Chandler   1 weeks ago

    As usual, well thought out! I was really hoping that Harbor Freight (Harder Fate?) would be one of the contenders just because I have a bag full. Now to go check the price per oz. vs the others.

  • Scott Bee
    Scott Bee   1 weeks ago

    Itd be awesome to see an endurance test like okay all these can hold over 1000lbs but which one can hold the same weight the longest

  • Kwarksnuiver
    Kwarksnuiver   1 weeks ago

    I had never even thought that there would be a difference in strength in brands of hot glue. Keep up the good work!

  • Mumblix Grumph
    Mumblix Grumph   1 weeks ago

    Good Lord...NASA doesn't do testing this elaborate.

  • Richard Noggin
    Richard Noggin   1 weeks ago

    If you can get it heated to where it is yellowing and almost smoking. There seems to be a big difference in strength after it gets that hot. Though I've not tested as thorough as PF.

  • Alex ander
    Alex ander   1 weeks ago

    Now i know what to bulid my tree house

  • Nathan Monahan
    Nathan Monahan   1 weeks ago

    All those glue guns. A detail I would have overlooked when considering the results. But you made sure to show that there was no contamination between the products.As always a good fair test. Love your channel.

  • Ss Russ
    Ss Russ   1 weeks ago

    I dont know if you have done it or not but since I am a 25+ year retired mechanic have you cut a bunch of oil filters open to see which 1 is best for the people watching?????? I know the answer

  • Gabe Pascalli
    Gabe Pascalli   1 weeks ago

    You're so committed. You should test how much your wife nags you. I can never get any work done when I'm sharing a day off w my better half

  • LA TEEZI
    LA TEEZI   2 weeks ago

    Wow by far the most thorough test so far ... haha wow you always out do yourself. You are GOAT my man

  • tony morgan
    tony morgan   2 weeks ago

    Should have used metal would of getting more constant results

  • Tristan Carey
    Tristan Carey   2 weeks ago

    I am confused as to what the difference is between tests 2 and 3 other than the matterial they were gluing

  • ENGINE BAE
    ENGINE BAE   2 weeks ago

    This has completely changed my outlook on hot glue. I no longer look at it as just “craft glue.” Very impressed

  • Meis magiic
    Meis magiic   2 weeks ago

    Me rolling out of the hardware store with the strongest, tape, hot glue, Construction adhesive, air compressor, and duct tape.

  • Meis magiic
    Meis magiic   2 weeks ago

    I had no idea that hot glue could be so strong in certain applications

  • Rock Fish
    Rock Fish   2 weeks ago

    You need to move to the west cost.

  • Rock Fish
    Rock Fish   2 weeks ago

    Dose your wife like you doing the videod

  • Dan Bierschbach
    Dan Bierschbach   2 weeks ago

    I know ive said this before. im constantly amazed on how you come up with the ideas for testing devices. just amazing. this is my families reference before we purchase these similar products. Thank you.

  • Thomas A. Cross
    Thomas A. Cross   3 weeks ago

    How about a test of sealants/caulks for air sealing a home - Dap Dynaflex 230, Zip liquid flash, Tremco Architectural Sealant, Sikaflex polyurethane, Prosoco Joint & Seam Filler, Polywall Joint Filler. Important properties are flexibility, joint filling and long lasting application to wood/wood and concrete/wood and drywall cracks (e.g. electrical boxes.

  • Richard Torres
    Richard Torres   3 weeks ago

    This guy puts more thought into testing products than the company’s that make them

  • Graeme Payne
    Graeme Payne   3 weeks ago

    For a long time (3 or 4 decades) I have dismissed hot melt glue as a low-strength temporary adhesive. Your test results show that I have to re-evaluate and give some of these serious consideration. Thank you.

  • Maddox Greco
    Maddox Greco   3 weeks ago

    heat it up extra hot. like with a map gas tortch and then test the strength its alot stronger, or use a soldering iron

  • Dave No
    Dave No   3 weeks ago

    Just looked for it and Ad Tech is a quarter of the price vs stanley...you got a good deal for yours.

  • James fish
    James fish   3 weeks ago

    Never had any luck using cheap low wattage hot glue guns but heard 100w minimum is needed. Is there a glue stick shelf life and do packages even list a mfg date? Skeptical how well hot glue bond holds over time esp given all the potential application variables then later use variations (moisture, temp, etc).

  • Andrew Nico
    Andrew Nico   3 weeks ago

    How does Walmart Hyper Tough glue sticks measure up?

  • NinjaOnANinja
    NinjaOnANinja   4 weeks ago

    This is the only channel that i watch ads on.Rah.