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Old 11-01-2014, 09:05 AM   #1
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Goop?

Have any of you used "Goop" adhesive & sealant? I bought a tube of it at Wal-Mart yesterday to try. It says it will work on fiberglass, metal, glass, fabric, and most plastics, and is waterproof and paintable! Amazing stuff if it will really do all that!
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Use it all the time, Does most of what it claims to do. It is my "Go-to" product for sealing stuff that needs sealing.

HOWEVER it is not a high strength adheasive.. But it works well.
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Used to use Goop to repair and patch soles of tennis/running shoes, and to patch holes in the sides. Worked pretty well and lots less expensive than a new pair that a poor student couldn't afford.
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I've used it for a number of repairs, it's a good, flexible, sticky, adhesive. I used it on the soles of my hiking boots to fasten them back on, it worked for more than 50 miles of hiking. When I got home I had the boots re-soled.
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Thanks fellows! I'll give it a try!
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I never leave home without it. It really is amazing. You will be picking it off your fingers for days if you get it on them. They make many flavors but all are probably from the same tub. I don't remember where I use all this stuff but I seem to be buying a tube every 6-8 weeks. Goop cures faster than silicon and will stick to a lot more things.
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I used the Goop for automotive use to re-attach my slide seals. That was almost two years ago and they are still stuck.
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I have used Goop for many years for many uses. Would not be without it. If you are going to paint it, Give it plenty of time to cure first. Grey Ghost I
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I agree with all of you, I always keep a tube on hand. I see they have a GOOP for plumbing, rv, auto, etc. It has to be all the same stuff. I would like to see them come out with a tube half the size of the one they have now, as once it is opened and used, it tends to harden up in the tube, even with the cap on tight. Seems once air hits it, it begins the hardening process. I do like it and have used it for years.
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Regarding many flavors. No they are not all from the same tub, Some remain more flexible, some are more UV resistant and I can not tell you about all the differences.

But I do keep multiple tubes on hand most of the time cause I never know when I will need to GOOP something.. Very good adheasive. easier to use than Gorilla Glue and usually works better.
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Agree with the others, very good stuff. Also, although it comes in a variety of "types"...plumbing, RV, electrical, wood, etc...it's pretty much all the same. I buy what ever I happen to see first.
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