The thing with polyurethane glues, like Gorilla Glue, is that they require moisture to cure. The directions state that you should dampen the gluing surfaces slightly, before glue-up. I usually wipe the wood with a damp rag..no trouble so-far. I only use Poly-glue for the wall/floor build-ups. (TitebondII everywhere else) I have started to use PL2000, a polyurethane construction adhesive, for laminating. Works with foam, and I can spread it with a notched trowel. Also, no mention , that I saw, of a moisture requirement.
In your area, I would surely follow the moisture directive when using the Gorilla!