I've only seen gorilla glue used once... quite some time ago... and I seem to remember it as being brittle when it set. It sticks in my mind because I remember thinking... "wow... for something touted as the new 'super glue' it certainly cracks easily when stress is put on it.".
Was this just a fluke?
I am currently sitting in my seventh period algebra class and a student just came up to me, upset, because he and his father were using gorilla glue this weekend and he can't get it washed off of his hands. We're not talking about a small amount of glue, here... his ENTIRE hands are covered in this brown, crusty gunk that will not wash off with... here's the list he tried...
So was it the kid or dad that wasn't smart enough to get some disposable gloves. I don't think much to be done here beyond some common sense for dad. I don't even want to know what in the world they were doing that required this much of the gorilla glue stuff with that much spill. I've gotten glue on my hands before many a time working in the shop putting something together, but not covered. If I know i'm going to risk spilling something toxic on my hands, that's what gloves are for.