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Old 08-25-2016, 05:46 PM   #1
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Looks like good stuff, very strong tape.

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Fibafix! For people who can't fix things the right way.
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Now all they need to do is spray some Flexseal on that car and it will be good as new!
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Now all they need to do is spray some Flexseal on that car and it will be good as new!
Now there will be a bunch of painters fixing rotten soffits and siding with this stuff.
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Now there will be a bunch of painters fixing rotten soffits and siding with this stuff.
We had a paint store tell us this. Hey try this new product Flexseal, you won't have to replace any more rotted wood, simply spray this on it and it's good as new. I asked how a spray can can make rotted wood like new again, paint store says it seals the rotted wood so no more weather gets to it. Ok but what of the rot has started from inside to outside? Will this product fix that as well, paint store I don't know, I would assume yes it does.
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We had a paint store tell us this. Hey try this new product Flexseal, you won't have to replace any more rotted wood, simply spray this on it and it's good as new. I asked how a spray can can make rotted wood like new again, paint store says it seals the rotted wood so no more weather gets to it. Ok but what of the rot has started from inside to outside? Will this product fix that as well, paint store I don't know, I would assume yes it does.
With advice like that it would be the last time I shopped at that store.
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Fiber fix was on clearance somewhere I was shopping maybe a year ago. Got some cheap, but still haven't found a reason to use it--or maybe just forgot I had it. I suppose a tool handle or something that is not worth replacing the right way or a quick pipe repair until you have more time and parts.


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Fiber fix was on clearance somewhere I was shopping maybe a year ago. Got some cheap, but still haven't found a reason to use it--or maybe just forgot I had it. I suppose a tool handle or something that is not worth replacing the right way or a quick pipe repair until you have more time and parts.


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