We really are excited about our new product Fiber Fix Heat Warp and already see it exceeding our customer's expectations, in the sort time that it has been launched.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 05, 2015
New fiber fix heat wrap, a fiber glass adhesive launched by online hardware store TheHardwareCity.com is a one of a kind product, manufactured to withstand the highest of temperatures. This product is already being received positively in its short time in the market by customers who look to mold together two or more fragments of broken fiber glass objects which cannot be done with the usual adhesives.
A spokesperson from The Hardware City commented, “We really are excited about our new product Fiber Fix Heat Warp and already see it exceeding our customer's expectations, in the sort time that it has been launched.” A satisfied early customer pointed out, “I have never found any type of adhesive in the market which joins together fiber glass objects. This must be a first in the market of adhesive. I used it on my auto hose tubing at my factory and the heat wrap molded it back as if it were never broken to start with."
New Fiber Fix Heat Wrap is designed for temperatures up to 850 degree Fahrenheit, and can be used for fiber glass objects like auto hoses, furnace systems and mufflers. The usage is simple as well, where the individual opens the package, dips it water, wraps the broken surface tightly and then waits for the heat to mold the breakage. The resin from the wrap turns into fiberglass, which dries up to harden like steel.
The product gets extra points on being easy to use, durable, watertight, waterproof, sandable, paintable, and above all affordable.
About The Hardware City
The Hardware City is a large online hardware store, which supplies the latest in home improvement tools and products. Founded in 2007, the online store is constantly expanding the range of hardware in its catalog. The website aims at providing high quality unmatched hardware at affordable rates.
For more on their hardware product range visit http://www.thehardwarecity.com