Things fall apart — they just do, and you have to find a way to deal with it. No matter how careful you are with your belongings, chairs still break, pipes find a way to leak, gardening tools snap in half, and the list goes on. An easy way to fix all that is duct tape, but often, duct tape is just a quick fix, and may wind up giving you more of a headache in the long run when it bends, rips, or comes in contact with water. When it comes to breaks, tears, or cracks, you need a tougher, more permanent solution, like the FiberFix Repair Wrap.
Proven to be 100 times stronger than duct tape, this repair adhesive is as strong as steel, and that's not hyperbole. It’s composed mostly of sticky resin, and to use it, just soak it in water and apply to whatever needs fixing. Once you wrap it around a broken object, it transforms into a material that’s almost impossible to break, making it a suitable long-term fix that blows duct tape out of the water. And it works on all kinds of surfaces:. You can use it to mend your dilapidated tennis racket, cracks in your car, damaged bedposts — the applications are virtually endless.
Typically, a 3-roll bundle of the FiberFix Repair Wrap costs $18.99, but The Daily Beast readers can get it on sale now for only $12.99.
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