Gorilla Glue responds following woman's viral mishap involving spray adhesive on her hair

Posted at 11:13 AM, Feb 09, 2021

Gorilla Glue, the company that makes the spray adhesive one woman used in an attempt to tame her hair, is responding following viral social media updates.

The woman from Chalmette, Louisiana, who uses the handle "Tessica Brown" on Instagram and YouTube, has been sharing her struggles on social media after using the product. Apparently, Brown ran out of a hair product called "Got2B Glued" and thought that Gorilla Glue's spray adhesive would be a good substitute.

Brown's updates have been receiving a lot of attention on various social media platforms. Some users provided possible remedies for the problem.

On Sunday, Brown had apparently sought medical attention after a post showed her to be at a local hospital.

On Monday evening, Gorilla Glue released a statement on the incident saying that they were very sorry to hear about Brown's mishap. They remind the public that warning labels on their products advise to "not swallow. Do not get in eyes, skin or on clothing."

They wished her the very best after seeing she had sought medical attention.

"We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that Miss Brown experienced using our Spray Adhesive on her hair. We are glad to see in her recent video that Miss Brown has received medical treatment from her local medical facility and wish her the best. "

Read their full statement below:

This story was originally published by KATC in Lafayette, Louisiana.