The Ultimate Guide to Gluing Your Life Together

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Hey, everyone! We’re here to guide you through all the ways you can use foam tape to fix stuff around the house. Not only is foam tape a cheap alternative to using glue and other fasteners, but it’s also more durable than many of them. Also, since we give you a few options for types of foam tape (as well as some general tips), you’ll be able to find something that suits each specific situation. Here at Foam Tape HQ, we’ve put together this guide about how and where to use this versatile product. You’ll find some information on how to choose the right type of foam tape for your needs and project, plus how much you should expect to pay for each type. Get ready for a quick-and-easy read that will make your life easier:

The Ultimate Guide to Gluing Your Life Together: a DIY blog with tutorials on many different uses for foam tape.

The best way to find out more is by heading over to The Ultimate Guide to Gluing Your Life Together, a DIY blog that I run along with my husband. There, you can read about all of the different ways we’ve figured out how to use glue in our daily lives — from crafting foam into fun shapes and decorating them with glitter and paint, to gluing things together so they don’t fall apart (or so they do).

The blog is also where I share tutorials on other cool things you can make using foam tape — like this foam guitar pick holder!

You can even follow me on social media if that’s your thing: I’m @theultimateguidetogluing on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

1. Using Foam Tape To Fix Stuff Around the House

If you’re like me, you have a lot of things around your house that need to be fixed. The trick is knowing how to fix them.

Luckily, I’ve got the answer for you! Here are some great ways to use foam tape in your everyday life:

  • Fixing things around your house – This is the most obvious use for foam tape and can be used almost anywhere: from fixing broken switches and plugs to repairing light fixtures or fans with loose wires. Foam tape can even be used as an adhesive when combined with other materials such as fabric or paper (more on this later).
  • Using foam tape with other materials – Foam tapes are often combined with other materials such as fabric or paper which makes them even more versatile than they already are! For example, if there’s a hole in your window screen but it isn’t affecting functionality then instead of replacing the entire screen why not just cut some pieces out of a piece of scrapbook paper? You can then glue those pieces over top of each other until they reach full coverage before gluing them down onto whatever surface they’re attached too (i’m talking about walls here).

2. 14 Unusual Uses For Foam Tape That Will Make Your Home Better

Foam tape is a great tool for craft projects, household repairs, automotive repairs, office repairs and school repairs.

Foam tape has many uses on your car. You can use it to fix rattling panels or soundproof rugs and carpets in the trunk of your car. You can even use it to create a special look on your dashboard by putting some under your dash board and sticking two pieces together so they stick out like teeth on either side. This will give you an interesting look that people will notice when they get into the car with you. No one wants another boring black dashboard with no character! If you have an older model car, this can even help sell it faster since some people think old cars are better than new ones because they’re more unique!

If you need to make something stand up straight but don’t want holes drilled into it because then it won’t be able to function properly again after being repaired once before with foam tape (which doesn’t leave holes), try using strips of self-adhesive foam plates instead! They’re easier than drilling through metal surfaces too – but if for some reason these aren’t available where yours lives then consider drilling some holes anyway…it might make things easier later down line (especially if nothing else works).

3. 20 Things You Can Do With Foam Tape In Your Car

  • Use it to seal the gaps between the glass and the body of your car
  • Use it to cover screw holes in your car
  • Use it to cover gaps between glass and body of car
  • Cover holes in body of car

We hope you find these tips as useful as we did.

We hope you find these tips as useful as we did.

We have tried many of these tips and also have tried some of these tips.

We have tried some of these tips and also have tried other people’s tips that they found on the internet.


If you’ve enjoyed our foam tape guide, there are plenty of other DIY blogs out there for you to check out. Happy gluing!

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