FiberFix

Aug 3, 2017

Category: Gear

Duct tape is useful. So useful it’s become a kind of joke. Fridge won’t close correctly? Duct tape it. Tire has a flat? Duct tape it. Broken leg? Duct tape it. These jokes get made so much that people actually forget that duct tape is really only a temporary fix – a stopgap measure – that doesn’t quite get the job done like it should. FiberFix, on the other hand, is something you can depend on.

Essentially a roll of industrial strength fibers held together by a resin, this stuff is up to 100 times stronger than your common roll of duct tape. One of the best parts about it is that use is incredibly simple. Say you have a broken pipe. All you have to do is to pull out your handy FiberFix wrap, activate it in some water, wrap it around the pipe, wait 15 minutes for it to harden, and you’re good! Don’t believe us? Watch the video below to see just how strong this stuff is. Starter kit prices are set at just $25.

Purchase: $25

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