Be careful of Amazon “reviews”. Amazon is clearly censoring real experiences from customers.
I recently purchased a gallon sized can of Tuff-Bond construction glue from an Amazon seller. This is what I received in the UPS shipment:
Obviously, the can was crushed during shipment and the lid popped off. The contents was ruined, already partially dried out. This is “instant adhesive” which is designed to work almost immediately and is used for hanging insulation spikes.
I notified Amazon of the problem and did receive a refund, but when I attempted to post my review, Amazon refused to allow this to see the light of day:
Poorly packaged, arrived heavily damaged, lid off, glue everywhere. This glue arrived improperly packaged (no packing materials at all), can lid was off, can was dented and damaged, with a lot of glue spilled out. The contents are now ruined and completely unusable.
Amazon refused to allow this review to be posted, ostentatiously this “violated their guidelines”.
Now you know why Jeff Bozos is so rich. Millions of customers are being fooled into thinking Amazon reviews are legitimate, but in fact, Amazon doesn’t allow real world reviews.
I’ve closed my Amazon “account”, which means this is the only way to say “fuck you” to Amazon at this time.