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..Equipment for Life.. since 2005.. Welcome to Equipian, our previews, views and reviews! enjoy!

tick tack...

no.. its not a candy. its one of the greatest inventions of the last century. blu-tack, tack-it.. it comes in many names and brands. it is a removable adhesive that has millions of uses. it is famous for putting up posters without it being destroyed by self adhesive tapes, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. i personally dont like drilling holes in my walls so i hang almost everything with it, from wall clocks to frames to doorbells, because its easy to remove later, except if you paint is of bad quality, then it might leave a mark there but its not as bad as a gaping hole. just use some imagination and you might find some cool DIY fix up with this because it can hold everything and nothing at all at the same time cause its strong so easy to remove. during emergencies it can hold things together while you find a definitive means but i usually just leave it there since it seems to be working. i've used it to fix broken name tags, shoes, books, attach my speakers to sides of my monitor, seal a leaking pipe, everything, you name it. i find it particularly useful to fix those annoying finishes that peels of at the edges or something fell off and ornament or something. its no use me telling you all the possibilities, you just have to keep it in mind when you fix something next time. the possibilities are endless.. hmm... if only it can hold my head together! [equipmania]



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9:07 AM

haha. blu tack? what's special about it? what do you use it for other than the usual tacking things up? i'd love to hear some really out-of-this-world use for blu tack!    



2:23 PM

you really have no imagination do you.. and isnt this page about equipments of life not just gadgets    



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