Thomas of MuchProps demonstrates 5 practical uses of fixing or repurposing his tools by reheating his scrap Polly Plastic pieces.
In his video on youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PnrvUdy8Fw, Thomas begins by fixing his old screwdriver handle by covering the chewed rubber with re-melted pieces of Polly Plastics left over from other projects. The covered grip is fit for his hand and now won't tear his skin when twisting.
He also, cleverly, adds a handle to one of his Allen wrenches giving him a better grip when only needing the long end of the wrench.
Next he salvaged a small blade that was useless without his skill saw. He added the molded plastic to one end of the blade to make a handle and now the piece is usable to cut small items.
Then he adds his own gripper to his pencil. Thomas made it thicker and molds it to his fingers so it is more comfortable for him to use.
Finally, Thomas makes his own craft knife by adding the moldable plastic to an inexpensive razor blade. In the video he shows how to attach it so it will stay put.
There are unlimited uses for our moldable plastic and we appreciate Thomas' creativity. We'd love to see your uses and creations, too!
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