Don’t Replace. Repair with Flex Tape.

“Don’t Replace. Repair with Flex Tape.” was written by a member of the Flex Seal Editorial Team. 

Fixing unsightly damage around your home can make a world of aesthetic difference. Not to mention, repairing items instead of replacing them can save you money and reduce waste. The Flex Seal Family of Products is the perfect solution to help you patch, bond, seal, and repair all kinds of household items.  

Keep reading to see how Flex Tape can help you repair instead of replace.

TV Stand Repair

It's hard to pay attention to your favorite show when your broken TV stand stares at you the entire time. If your furniture has peeling laminate or lifted veneer, Flex Tape is here to secure the damage and return the magic to family movie night.  

How To Repair Laminate or Veneer Furniture With Flex Tape  

1. Start with a clean surface free of grease, oil, and dirt.

2. Cut a piece of Flex Tape larger than the area of damage using a utility knife.

3. Apply Flex Tape over the desired area, smoothing out air bubbles as you pull the tape tightly over the edge and down the side of the piece of furniture. 

Cracked Outdoor Lighting Repair

Outdoor lighting is a beautiful addition to any patio, but cracks happen, and that dims down the aesthetic Thankfully, Flex Tape is here to patch cracks and keep the lights on. Available in white, black, and clear, Flex Tape works on many outdoor lighting styles. 

How to Repair Cracked Outdoor Lighting

1. Clean the application surface so it is free of grease, oil, and dirt.

2. Cut Flex Tape to fit slightly larger than the affected area; just peel off the transparent film before use 

3. Apply to the desired area and use enough pressure to smooth out any air or water from the bonding site.

These quick fixes are just a fraction of what Flex Tape can do for you. Stock up today so you’re always prepared to repair.

By Amanda Tacconi

Amanda Tacconi is an Editor at The Flex Seal Family of Products, where she focuses on writing and editing articles for the company’s blog.