On February 4, 2021, Gorilla Glue, a super glue, trends on Twitter after a woman, who accidentally used the Gorilla Glue into her hairs instead of Gorilla Snot, a popular hair Gel.
According to details, a woman (TikTok ID @im_d_ollady) shared a video on TikTok, warning people to be careful and not to use Gorilla Glue spray in their hairs after she applied it as hairspray and it stuck her hair in its place:
“My hair has been like this for about a month now, it is not by choice. When I finish my hair I like to use my Got2Be spray just to keep it in place. Well I didn’t have anymore of the spray so I used this instead… Gorilla Glue Spray.”
She told followers that her hair “doesn’t move” despite washing it “15 times” and warned others not to make the same mistake. Watch the video of that woman, below.
Fans have understood that she meant to apply Gorilla Snot, a popular hair gel, instead of Gorilla Glue which is a very strong super glue used for crafts and hardware projects.
Twitter user ‘Toni Tone’ said in a tweet: “Oh my God. Why do I feel like she was thinking of Gorilla Snot hair products when she bought the Gorilla Glue instead. The latter is a heavy duty HOUSEHOLD glue. You can literally glue a wooden chair back together with it. 😳😳😳😳😳😳😳.”
Meanwhile, another user, Cimi Automatic, wrote: “i just wanna know what hair-store that lady went to that sold gorilla glue spray 💀.”
At the same time, many people are making fun of her and sharing funny memes for her using Gorilla Glue on her hairs. See some of the reactions, below.
“THE GIRL ON TIKTOK THAT USED GORILLA GLUE SPRAY ON HER HAIR CAUSE SHE RAN OUT OF GOT2B?????? holy lord.”
How to Remove Gorilla Glue from the Skin
The best way to remove Gorilla Glue from skin is to soak the affected area in acetone (or an acetone- based nail polish remover) for a few minutes which will break down the glue.
After using acetone, you will need to use an abrasive to remove the rest of the glue. This can be an exfoliating beauty product or a mix of sea salt and oil or coconut oil.
The Gorilla Glue website states:
“To remove uncured Gorilla Super Glue, use a towel dampened with acetone or isopropyl alcohol to blot the area. Several applications may be necessary to completely remove the uncured glue. For removal of cured Gorilla Super Glue from the surface of your project, soak bonded area with warm soapy water or acetone.”
But the case here is quite different. This poor woman has the Gorilla Glue in her hairs and using above mentioned method can hurt her head completely. No offense but situation could be similar as mentioned in the tweet, below.
How to Remove Gorilla Glue from Hairs
How to get Gorilla Glue out of hair: “Pour 25 percent rubbing alcohol and 75 percent water in a spray bottle, and spray the glue area. Keep combing the hair until the majority of glue is gone. Dry the area with a hair dryer to be sure all the glue has been removed”
“My hair has been like this for about a month now, it is not by choice. When I finish my hair I like to use my Got2Be spray just to keep it in place. Well I didn’t have anymore of the spray so I used this instead… Gorilla Glue Spray.”She told followers that her hair “doesn’t move” despite washing it “15 times” and warned others not to make the same mistake
As the woman, who has Gorilla Glue in her hairs, mentioned that the Glue is there since a month, Gorilla Glue’s official social media account came forward with instructions to help her remove their Glue from her hairs. See the Screenshot, below.