I recently built a replica of Bob Campbell's Vertical Sausage, and I used Gorilla glue to adhere the fabric. I posted a video here in the forum, and I received the question as to whether it is food safe or not. I sent an email to the manufacturer, and here is their reply:
Dear John Comito,
Thank you for contacting The Gorilla Glue Company. We have built our family owned business on the honest belief in our products and a desire to provide the best customer service possible.
You are correct. The MSDS Sheet is when the product is in it's liquid form. Once cured for a full 7 days, Gorilla Glue Dries White is 100% waterproof, it can be submerged, it is non-toxic and totally inert so it will not leach anything into the water to bother your fish. Be sure to follow the standard directions and "Damp It", "Glue It" and "Clamp It". Lightly scratch up any non-porous surfaces first where the glue will be and plastic applications will be 'trial and error'.
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I suppose I will continue to use the product as it is easy to work with. I can wait the 7 days cure time. I think it would be easier than sewing them all.
Here is a link to the comments on the video.