*Products in this post were provided for free through the Insider’s Campaign for LePage. Views and opinions of the products are my own*
Many weeks ago, I was accepted for the Insiders Campaign for the LePage Ultra Gel Control Super Glue.
We usually have one super glue product at home, and I have bought cheap ones on occasion to fix my leather khussa’s.
Now I know superglue isn’t the type of thing I usually post. It is one of the requirements for the campaign, but it is also because it has been so helpful.
Mom jokes around with this pot a lot. A Fissler, she says it needs to last til I get married. When pigs fly mother…when pigs fly…lol. Anyway this is quite old, but still in great condition. The only problem was that it recently was dropped, and the handle broke. Its integrity was decreased only because we used to use it on a gas stove, and the fire just damaged it a little too much. In any case, it broke in to pieces. Then came the glue. Now when I was putting it together, we couldn’t find the last piece, so it is missing. However it holds up enough. I don’t want to stress it too much, but I can still handle it with half of the pot filled with water.
I liked that it kept together well under different mediums as well. The plastic and the slightly fuzzy material of the phone case cover. Mom kept dropping her case, and the plastic phone holder wasn’t very sturdy at all. we replaced it with a better case, and it has held up since then. Plus because it was a silicone case, it keeps
I put together a small tray for random stuff. I have had these pieces of acrylic for awhile now, and haven’t done stuff with it as I just couldn’t track down plexiglass glue. Such a pain. Figured I would try this out on it, and well then, it worked out quite good. The only issue was that in comparison to the plexiglass glue, this will stick to anything, so it would stick to the paper underneath it. But, though I won’t trust it to hold very delicate things that might break, it can hold up a decent amount of weight.