This time of year, your fixes are as likely to be outside as in. Pop some FixIts into your back pocket and get ready to spruce up your jungle.
Wobbly wheelbarrow? Tired trowel? Hanging basket barely hanging on? Not a problem with shape-shifting FixIts.
It’s so much fun solving stuff like this yourself, plus you reduce your waste and save a bit of money. Go forth, gardener of life!
Bird feeders have holes, yes, but not big ones. That defeats the point. So just use some FixIts to fill in any bigger gaps, and then you can help out the birds this autumn.
Is your wheelbarrow’s looking a bit on the soon-to-be-retired side? The thing is, you’re fond of it and it still does a good job. Use a blob of FixIts to repair a crack, or a whole stick
to get a swish new handle going.
No-one likes a hanging basket dangling at a funny angle. Fix a dodgy chain with some FixIts.
Create your own perfectly-bespoke-to-you grip for a tool like a trowel or a spade. You can’t buy anything like this in the shops!
You can even create your own FixIts switch for a hose or a sprinkler or a similar outdoor device. Don’t forget to save water cleverly – think of getting a water butt to collect rainwater or saving water from your kitchen or bathroom. And always avoid watering in the heat of the day.
A small amount of FixIts can give you extra leverage on your outdoor tap to get it extra tight. Stop that drip, save our water!
If you’re new to gardening, a dibber is a stick you use to poke holes in soil, before sowing seeds. Why not have fun making one out of some of your leftover FixIts bits?
It’s good to remember what you’ve planted. Make some mini signs with FixIts to remind yourself.
Don’t forget, all you need to get your FixIts going is some hot water and a bit of imagination. Perfect for gardening, grab one of our FixIts jute bags to keep your leftover FixIts bits in.