The ultimate solution for fixing almost anything in and out of the home. With its versatile and endlessly reusable design, FixIts is the perfect tool for anyone who wants to save money and show their belongings a little love by repairing instead of replacing.
The ultimate solution for anyone who wants to reduce their environmental impact and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Made from a biocompatible material that is non-toxic and safe for both you and the planet, FixIts helps you break free from throwaway culture and embrace a more responsible way of living.
Bought a small pack to see how effective it is..managed a small repair on a plastic handle and happy with the results..so easy to use ansd a little goes a long way..love the fact that you can reuse the bit you didn’t have to use, just add it back to the pack.
I bought some fixits and some tape. The tape was okay. It worked on one occasion, but on others the item soon came unstuck. Washing and reusing didn't work so well for me either.
I was expecting the Fixits to be soft and flexible like Sugru, but it's harder. I think it has its uses, and it much easier to use / reuse than Sugru. I just wish it was softer / more flexible.
Great idea, though!
I’m an ardent fan of Fix It, and have found the sticks very handy. But I have been searching for a pack of just black sticks, but haven’t been able to find them.
Used these to fix a ledge in our freezer that supports one of the drawers. The moulded plastic surface had split and partially come away from freezer wall, exposing the insulation underneath. Wasn't sure it would work but saw online that someone else had tried it in a similar situation and thought I'd give it a go. The fixit plastic gripped the exposed broken edge of freezer wall surprisingly well and I'm impressed by how strong the plastic is once cooled, even in quite thin quantities. Also easily (re)workable when heated exactly as stated on the website, with no impact on strength when heated and cooled repeatedly. Still have two sticks left, and happy to have them in the drawer for when something else breaks.
I used a stick to fix a buckle on my bag as shown in an Instagram ad. It worked really well and is still going strong