Miracle Glue is very handy if you are traveling in an RV. It’s small and can fix a thousand things in an RV. RV’s are constantly in motion and as things are always coming loose it’s nice to have something that will repair them. Wood laminate that comes loose can be repaired with a couple of drops of Miracle Glue. A cupboard door where the hinge has stripped the screws out can be repaired with a bit of sawdust or baking soda and a bit of Miracle Glue. Clean out the screw hole, build it up inside with sawdust and glue a little at a time, let it cure, then you can re-drill the hole and it will hold a thread.
Glue your aluminum door handle back to the glass door. Repair a tear in your canopy. Repair a loose dowel in a wobbly wooden chair or table.
Miracle Glue will glue most plastics – generally hard plastics can be glued but you won’t be able to use Miracle Glue (or anything else for that matter) on polyethylene or polypropylene – that’s your Tupperware, plastic water bottle or your plastics water or gas tank. But vinyl – like a seat cover or vinyl window will glue in seconds and will stay flexible.
But the really nice thing about Miracle Glue is that it has a much longer shelf life because there are no solvents in it – they’ve been distilled out. Super Glue or Krazy Glue you have to go the store each time you need it – the last one is always dried out on you. Keep this stuff in the fridge and you should get around three years out of it. Because there are no solvents in it will dry clear and flexible and won’t melt things like neoprene.
We are also now carrying Miracle Glue Un-Cure. It is also very effective in cleaning up Miracle Glue, Super Glue and Krazy glue. It can also be used if you made a mistake and need to get something apart. It is safer to use on plastics as there is no solvents. Acetone will damage/melt plastics.