There are a few household repairs I’ve been procrastinating about, and I finally took the opportunity to tackle them this week with the help of Krazy Glue.
One of the tasks on my list was fixing the window moulding on our back door. It had peeled up from the glass and just looked awful.
Luckily with Krazy Glue Maximum Bond, I easily fixed it.
I simply adhered the moulding to the glass by applying some of the Krazy Glue, and then used painter’s tape to hold it in place while it dried.
Much better! It took me all of two minutes, so I’m really not sure why I didn’t fix it sooner.
Krazy Glue for Repairs and “Life Hacks” is America’s #1 instant adhesive, and has been helping people with repairs since 1973. It’s available in 7 sizes and 6 different applicators, and is convenient for home use or while on the go. They’re not lying when they say it’s Krazy strong, Krazy fast.
While I was in the business of repairing things, I had a request from two super cute little boys and I just couldn’t say no. We have lots of action figure casualties and broken toys in this house on a daily basis, so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to fix a couple of those.
Broken hand that keeps popping off? No problem. A dab of Krazy Glue for Crafting and this guy is good to go.
Broken strap on a bow and arrow quiver? Krazy Glue saves the day again!
Simple fix. (Ignore my sad, un-manicured fingernails.)
Krazy Glue for Crafting is super handy for household repairs or craft projects, and it comes in both a craft glue and a craft gel formula with six different applicators available, tailored to different project needs. It also comes in a variety of sizes.
Both of these types of Krazy Glue are strong and work very quickly. You can definitely depend on this glue to do the job. I keep these in our kitchen drawer for easy access, so now I can grab them quickly and fix whatever happens to be broken at any given moment. (It’s always something!) From toys to jewelry, craft items to collectibles, this glue can handle it. I’m happy to have it on hand “just in case.”
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