Sunday, October 20

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Fiber Fix

FiberFix on Shark Tank

 Super Strong Duct Tape - Episode 509- Week 7 - 10/25/2013

Fiberfix Tape seen on episode 509
Fiber Fix Tape is
Guarenteed 100 Times Stronger
 than Duct Tape!
 When you need a quick fix it's hard to go wrong using Duct Tape for a variety of uses, right. Well what if there was a duct tape like product that was 100 times stronger and capable of fixing things once thought unimaginable? This Duct Tape is so strong you can cut a shovel handle in half, wrap it with Fiber Fix Tape and it'll be as good as new within 10 minutes. If there's ever been a product on the Shark Tank I already have a variety projects I would like to try it on, the Fiber Fix Tape on episode 507 is most definitely "The One".
Fiberfix Duct Tape Different Sizes
Fiber Fix Duct Tape Kit
Include's One Roll of
1", 2" and 4" Sizes
What can you use the Fiber Fix Duct Tape on? It would probably be a lot easier asking what you can't fix with Fiber Tape. When you combine the strength of the best Duct Tape sold and add an epoxy that dries with the strength of steel, you have a Fiber Fix that can fix just about anything you can imagine. After you wrap whatever it is you're fixing, the duct tape will start to harden to the strength of steel in a matter of minutes and will be completely water proof when fully dried in about 10 minutes. Furthermore this tape is non-toxic and heat and cold resistant to most elements which makes it the "perfect duct tape" to fix just about anything.
The more I learn about Fiber Fix invented by Eric Child and Spencer Quinn, the more it has me thinking not what can I fix with this stuff, but what else can I make better and stronger by applying this tape of steel.
I have so many questions and have already started a list of experiments I want to try with the Fiber Fix Tape that I might as well invest in this business myself before I become their #1 customer.
The Fiber Fix Tape comes in 3 convenient sizes depending on your project requirements. Each product offered comes in 1", 2" and 4" widths with approx. 36" in length. Each box of FiberFix Tape is meant to be used all at once when applied and cannot be saved for future use which accounts for the lack of length per roll of tape. The obvious things to fix would be anything from hand tools to leaky water pipes which a lot of plumbers are not going to like unless of course they themselves become customers of the tape of steel.
 But what about other uses you might not have thought about just yet? With duct tape the strength of steel you can fix just about anything you can wrap it around. What about in a survival situation where someone broke their leg miles away from civilization and had no choice but to get out on their own? Having a roll of Fiber Fix in their Survival Pack could easily become a lifesaver under the those conditions. In fact just the way you apply Fiber Fix Duct Tape by mixing it it water first, it's a lot like getting a cast put on from a Doctor as it quickly hardens as it dries.  

FiberFix Pre Shark Tank Update

If you haven't guessed, I'm already a big fan of what this product is capable of doing and already ordered my first shipment of Fiber Fix before they get too busy after appearing on the Show. In my opinion this product is a slam dunk on becoming one of Shark Tank's Biggest Success Stories in record time simply because every single person on this planet already has a use for the Fiber Fix Duct Tape or they will sometime in the future. Just by fixing one leaky pipe yourself instead of calling the plumber you could buy a whole box full of Fiber Fix Tape for other projects. It's just one of those ideas that make you wonder "Why didn't I think of that"?
So will the Sharks want a piece of the Fiber Fix (soon-to-be) Empire? Do Bears chit in the woods? Barring too high of a valuation Eric Child and Spencer Quinn might put on their new business at this point, of course the Sharks will want to invest in a product with so much potential and at a price point everyone can afford to buy.
If I was in Eric and Spencer's shoes, I would send the Myth Busters a case or two of Fiber Fix Duct Tape and put Jamie and Adam to the ultimate challenge what's possible using the Fiber Fix Tape. MythBuster's has devoted entire episode's making things with duct tape, just imagine what they could accomplish using something 100 times stronger and bonds with the strength of steel.