Our new video will show how to paint Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive over damaged fabric (lots of tiny rips) to create a smooth layer on top of the damage which seals the holes and brings the item back to functionality.
Works great for when you have had a nasty fall in your jacket and caused an area of small rips as opposed to a single large rip (which would be repaired with TUFF Tape).
Ever wondered how Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive would perform in an extreme scenario? Well – here’s how!
Special thanks to Imperial Fishing for carrying out this test which involved cutting an inflatable boat straight across the middle and then gluing it back together using Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive. This is a perfect demonstration of how our glue performs on a larger scale, so don’t miss it!
Stormsure adhesives are highly abrasion resistant and flexible, making them perfect for repairing things that would be otherwise impossible with super glue, in this case – trampolines.
Watch this fast DIY fix which uses 5 grams of Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive and 2 TUFF Tape patches to learn how you can prevent further damage from occurring due to small holes in your trampoline (or other woven fabrics).
Here’s a demonstration of us fixing a nasty rip in a wax jacket quickly and cheaply. The cost of the repair came to less than £4 (a fraction of what a replacement would cost) and the jacket is now reliably sealed and waterproof. The following is a list of things we used:
Do you have old clothing or hiking gear that you’ve given up on due to sticky or corroded zips? Luckily, there is a very easy solution for that. Stormsure Zip Oil can make the difference between an item being useless and an item being fully functional. Here’s just a few examples of what you can use it on:
…anything else that has a zip on it!
The video below will demonstrate a rucksack with corroded, stiff zips being brought back to life in a matter of a few minutes!
I was sent a tube of glue yesterday and asked to compare it to Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive. This one is sold for fixing shoes. Apparently you get more for your money than with Stormsure adhesive.
I had a quick look at the label on the back, and was surprised to read in the first sentence that the product is “suspected of causing cancer”. So you may not need your shoes to last for very long if this product is rubbing against your foot…
The reason Stormsure adhesive is a little more expensive is that:
Stormsure does not use cheaper chemicals which are carcinogenic.
Stormsure provides gloves with every tube of Stormsure glue to stop you getting any chemicals on your hands.
70% of the glue you pay for in this tube is the carcinogenic solvent, which evaporates. So you are left with only 30% of what you paid for to make the repair.
Stormsure adhesive, however, is only 30% solvent. And the 70% solids which remain are much more abrasion resistant. That is important for shoe repairs.
Stormsure Adhesive is actually much better value for money in the long run. And it is not suspected of causing cancer.
For you own peace of mind buy Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive and be sure that your shoes, trainers hiking boots and leaking rubber boots can all be fixed safely with it, as well as furniture, woodwork, inflatables, tents, raincoats and thousands of other things too.