pmedic920 wrote:Have you ever bought one of these products?
Any of them either really GOOD, or really BAD?
Although I didn't buy from the TV, I did buy some "flex seal" a while back.
I used it on a leaky rain gutter above my front door. So far it's worked as advertised.
I also dipped some tool handles in the left overs.
Neither applications have been in use very long so the jury is still out.
I'll reserve final judgment.
Do you have any "as seen on TV" product stories to tell?
That flexseal will work with MULTIPLE applications. I put some on a water jug for the mountains and it lasted about 3 weeks then leaked again. Could not apply it to the inside as we drink that stuff. This stuff has been around since I was a kid too. We used to make wire flowers with it back in the day. It is an Elastomeric which is used on some roofing applications.
potato chip sealer. Everything has to be perfect on the bag to seal it properly. No extra creases and sometimes it does not work. I got one still.
I want to try one of those waist belt pouch things. I think it seems to be a great idea for storage and easy to get off for airports. I could use that and a fanny pack for most of my important things I want to keep handy.
Some of those things say second one free just pay extra shipping which actually doubles the price anyway. Keep an eye on that scam.
Bed bath and Beyond has some of them advertised items in their stores. A store called BiMart has some of that stuff here too.
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