Ring in the New Year Repairs

A fast fix is easy with Flex Super Glue

From a broken garden gnome to a flute in need of a quick fix, our NEWEST glue is ready to help you save the day. 

Note: Before using Flex Seal products, read all directions and take proper safety precautions, such as wearing protective gear while applying.  

Flex Super Glue is about to become your favourite new household hero for everyday repairs, as well as some unexpected garden damage.  

Bringing a broken Gnome Back to Life just got easier thanks to Flex Super Glue. 

“How To Repair a Broken Garden Gnome” was written by a paid contributor. All photos taken by Briana Colangelo.

Here's How: 

Step 1: Clean the surface before beginning the repair, it’s important to clean the garden gnome. Use rubbing alcohol to get rid of dirt, oil, and grease, but you can use whatever cleaning product you prefer. 

Step 2: Put on protective gloves and add a few drops of Flex Super Glue to the broken area of the statue.  

Step 3: Carefully put the broken piece back into place and hold for about 30 seconds.   

Step 4: To remedy pieces that are not fitting together, add a few pieces of painter's tape to support the hat until Flex Super Glue was fully cured (1 hour). 

Ta-Da! That’s it! Now you’re good to Gnome. 

By Briana Colangelo

Bri is a self-taught DIYer who's had a passion for DIY projects since a young age. After buying a 1958 cape home, she has been slowly transforming each room in her house. Bri also shares her designs and DIY projects as a content creator on Instagram and TikTok @d.i.y.bri.

New Year, practically New Flutes:

Don’t toss those flutes, fix ‘em with Flex Super Glue instead!  

Here's How:

Step 1: Clean and dry the surface so it’s free of any oil or grease. 

Step 2: Carefully apply 1 drop of glue per square inch. 

Step 3: Once you’ve placed your glue, hold the flute in place and apply pressure until set (5-45 seconds). Please allow up to 1 hour to fully cure. Set and cure times vary based on application. 

Step 4: Replace cap and store upright in a cool, dry location. Please note: When using the 3-gram tube (0.1 oz) from the twin-pack (liquid or gel), be sure to unscrew cap and remove foil prior to application. 

Extra Helpful Hints, Tips & Tricks:

Flex Super Glue Liquid and Flex Super Glue Gel each have precision nozzles, allowing you to make acute repairs. Whereas Flex Super Glue Liquid, flows like water and is great for horizontal and non-porous surfaces. While Flex Super Glue Gel’s thicker formula makes great for vertical and porous surfaces. Once fully cured, both formulas have the same high-performance bond.  

CAUTION:Contains ethyl cyanoacrylate. May be a skin, eye, and respiratory tract irritant. Bonds skin/eyes instantly. When using do not eat, drink, or smoke. Avoid inhalation, ingestion, and eye and skin contact. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. First Aid: Do not force skin/eye apart. Rinse with water. For non-emergencies, refer to our guide on How To Remove Flex Super Glue

This year, let’s all refresh & repair, not replace. 

By Alexa Matz

This article was written and edited by Alexa Matz for The Flex Seal Family of Products.

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