Super Glue Fixes You May Not Have Considered Nov 17, 2015 by Cathy (Day Styles)
In The Car
When you are out and about you, never know what quick fix you’re going to need. Super glue does wonder for a cracked light or a mirror that’s been broken off. Radio knobs and fixing seats are also perfect candidates for the high-power glue. Just be sure you read the temperature range for items on the outside of the car if you live in a cold climate. Just like antifreeze, if you aren’t using the proper brand for the weather, you may wind up in an even bigger mess.
So many little things seem to break in the bathroom. Soap dishes, showerheads, shower curtains and rods, even the toilet paper holster breaks. The good news is crazy glue is completely waterproof and up for the challenge of all these annoying little repairs. That’s got to make you smile. P.S. Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve even super glued my broken razor back together.
Who are we kidding? Nylons and tights are freaking expensive. And nothing is more frustrating than paying 20 bucks for a pair of lacy knee-highs to notice they’ve already got a snag in them that’s ready to run. I know many frustrated gals that would just toss them out. What a heart-breaking waste when all you’ve got to do is dab a little super glue on at the start of the run to prevent further damage. Just to be safe, you are super smart to repair both sides of the snag or run just in case it decides to deflect back in the other direction. Just think of how much money you’re going to save on pantyhose.