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    This week, a story went viral about Tessica Brown, a Louisiana
    woman who was hospitalized after using Gorilla Glue in her hair.
    Her locks were stuck solid for a month, and she eventually got
    the adhesive removed by a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon,
    sparking a flurry of memes about the ordeal.

    A Louisiana man, Len Martin, 37, also ended up in the ER when he
    applied the glue to his lips in an attempt to prove that Brown
    was “lying” about the seriousness of the sticky stuff.

    But what is Gorilla Glue, why is it so sticky — and is there any
    conceivable reason to use it as hair gel? We spoke to an expert
    about it.

    What is Gorilla Glue?
    The industrial-strength adhesive was first “discovered” by Mark
    Singer in Indonesia, where it was used on hardwood furniture,
    according to the company’s website. It later proved to be
    “incredibly versatile.”

    “It’s much stronger than other glues,” said Gudrun Schmidt,
    chemistry professor at Purdue, who specializes in the science of
    adhesives. “It is supposed to be far superior to other glues —
    on furniture or anything else that’s especially hard to glue.”

    The glue reportedly works on stone, foam, metal, ceramic, glass
    and other materials. It dries clear in 10 to 45 seconds.

    What is Gorilla Glue made of?
    The active ingredient is polyurethane, a form of plastic that
    can be made rigid or flexible, and is also found in shoes and
    foam bedding.

    The glue is composed of the non-water soluble compound
    Diphenylmethane diisocyanate and isomers, polyatomic ions with
    identical molecular formulas but different arrangements of
    atoms, according to a Gorilla Glue UK Safety Data Sheet
    published in 2010.

    Why is Gorilla Glue so sticky?
    The water-activated polyurethane formula expands when it dries
    on an object — forming an incredibly strong bond to just about
    anything, according to the Cincinnati, Ohio-based firm.

    Is there any reason to use it on hair?
    In short — no! Brown may have used the extra-strength glue as a
    substitute for gel because it dries clear and firm. But doing so
    is a health hazard — it’s harmful if inhaled, irritating to the
    eyes, and skin, experts have said.

    Chemically, Gorilla Glue is not made up of ingredients that make
    it more hair-friendly than Elmers or any other brand of super
    glue, Schmidt said.

    Before becoming a professor, “I was actually a hair stylist for
    years, and I would never think to use it in hair,” Schmidt said.

    She acknowledged that she’s white, and has a different texture
    of hair than Brown, who is black “But I don’t think I’d use it
    on my head,” she said.

    But a Texas hairdresser on Friday admitted he’s been using
    Gorilla Glue on clients for years to secure hair extensions.

    ” I’ve been using Gorilla Glue on people’s hair for years, but
    this is the only way that you should ever use it — at the end of
    a sew-in,” Eric Vaughn said as he demonstrated the gluey ‘do in
    a TikTok video.

    https://nypost.com/2021/02/12/what-is-gorilla-glue-the-sticky- subject-of-the-viral-video/

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