Selleys Malaysia
Available Sizes:
  • 40g
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Gel Grip
A solvent-based, heat resistant, flexible contact adhesive suitable for bonding both absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces. It forms an instant bond on contact of two surfaces. The gel form allows application without dripping or 'stringing'. Great for vertical surfaces.

•    Cork
•    Rubber
•    Felt
•    Canvas
•    Leather
•    Metals
•    Timber
•    Laminated plastics (laminex, formica)
•    Hardboard
•    Compressed board


  • Heat resistance up to 130°C
  • No clamping required
  • Suitable for interior and exterior jobs
  • Cured adhesive is resistant to dilute acids and alkalis
  • Immediate set on contact. Maximum strength after 24 hours
  • Gel Grip has a thicker consistency than Kwik Grip and so is ideal for vertical applications as it won't run
  • Gel form prevents running or stringing
  • Easy to spread by brush and ideal for use on vertical surfaces


  • Ensure that surfaces to be bonded are clean, dry and free from grease or paint.
  • Cut laminated plastic sheet slightly oversize all round.
  • Completely cover both surfaces with adhesive and keep apart until touch dry - no more than 40 minutes.
  • Position the items carefully, still keeping surfaces apart with dowels or heavy craft paper and working from one edge press surfaces firmly together.
  • Secure bond by running a roller over the bonded surfaces or else by hammering the surface from the centre outwards using a padded block.
  • For bonding other materials, apply as for laminated plastics above. When small surface areas are to be joined a wet bond may be used. Simply apply Gel Grip to one surface then bring the surfaces together and clamp until dry.


  • Care should be taken to test plastics prior to use as solvents present will attack some grades such as polystyrene and sheet vinyl.
  • Keep container sealed when not in use.
  • Coverage - up to 5 square metres/litre (bonded area 2.5 square metres/litre) depending on porosity of surfaces and thickness of applications
  • Ensure the surface is clean & dry before applying the product.
  • Clean up while wet, adhesive can be removed using mineral turpentine. Cured adhesive is very difficult to remove. Tools and other equipment on which Gel Grip has dried may be cleaned by soaking in Toluol or lacquer thinner. Excess adhesive on the face of the jointed materials may also be removed with solvent, but care should be taken that the materials themselves are not damaged by the solvent.

  • Ensure thorough ventilation when using.
  • Avoid using in a confined space for prolonged periods.
  • Avoid skin contact as solvents in Gel Grip have a degreasing effect and may result in irritation.
  • If in eyes flush with plenty of water for 15 minutes. Seek medical advice.
  • If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.
  • Highly flammable. Do not use in the same area as flame, fire or spark producing apparatus or machinery.
  • This product should NOT be accessible to juveniles, because of its solvent content.