Sumo Glue: Where to Find It
LESLIE: Roger in Montana finds The Money Pit on KGEZ. And you’ve got a glue question. What can we do for you?
ROGER: Well, a few weeks ago, I heard you talking about a glue when you were down at a show in Las Vegas called Sumo Glue.
ROGER: And the description of it kind of gave me the idea that it might be useful in application for what I use in the building custom treads and risers for custom homes; out of flooring.
TOM: Oh, absolutely. All the polyurethane glues are incredibly strong and work very well for something like that.
LESLIE: Yeah, but the good thing about the Sumo Glue is that it doesn’t tend to bubble up, like so many of the others do. You know, you put a little bit on and all of a sudden it becomes this big, foamy mess. This one’s really contained and goes on really nicely and just stays where you need it.
ROGER: OK. And the question really is where do I get it? (chuckling)
TOM: Oh, OK. Now, have you checked local home centers?
ROGER: Yes, it’s not – you know, I live kind of in remote Montana, shall we say. (chuckling) And so, we actually work in an area where grizzly bears are actually in our backyard.
TOM: Oh, alright. Well …
LESLIE: (overlapping voices) Holy cow!
TOM: I’m pretty sure that Sumo Glue also works on grizzly bears.
LESLIE: (chuckling) It holds grizzly bears right in place.
TOM: So Roger, Sumo Glue is available at Lowe’s home improvement warehouse. And I believe that there are at least three or four of them in the state of Montana.
LESLIE: Grizzly bears and all, you’ll find it.
ROGER: Wow, that’s really great. Thank you very much.
TOM: You’re welcome and good luck with that project. Roger, thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.