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College is a great time to get into the fixing habit. It’s clever too, it can help save money because you don’t need to buy new stuff all the time. Plus you get to impress your new
friends!

Imagine if everyone going to college this September came out with an A+ in fixing? We can fix the bigger stuff by starting with the small things.

To get you, or a college starter you know, on your way, here are our Five FixIts Top Tips for college fixes.

Gift for going to uni

Tins of beans, frying pan, FixIts…

A pack of FixIts is as essential as the toilet roll. Add it to your college shop, or someone’s you know who’s about to hop off to college, and make a new lifelong fixer.

FixIts hook

Hooked on learning?

FixIts is handy for making those things you couldn’t have anticipated before you left. Have a go at creating hooks for cables, clothes, revision notes and more!

Fix glasses

Fix those specs

You won’t get too far if your glasses break half way through term time. FixIts is great for matching the hard-plastic feel of specs. Easy to mould. Limited only by your imagination. (And eyesight, perhaps.)

fix charger cable

Get plugged in

Cables really can weaken through wear and tear, right? Extend their life by wrapping round a bit of softened
FixIts, and avoid the costs of buying new.

fix broken airer

Learn your washing lines

It wouldn’t be college without a broken washing airer or two. FixIts to the rescue! It’s such a versatile and easy-to-use tool for things you’d least expect.

FixIts gift tin

FixIts gift tin

Don’t forget, all you need to get your FixIts going is some hot water and a bit of imagination. Perfect for college and uni, our gift tins with 12 sticks are the ideal sending off gift for the next stage of their lives.

Ding dong merrily on high! It’s almost time to get the old decorations out, fix up anything that needs fixing, and cheer each along with sustainable gifts and nourishing feasts. Enjoy these 12 Fixes of Christmas for some fixing inspiration!

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