How to easily fix most any broken plastic part even something that may be used very often.

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  1. Bill Johnson

    Does the baking soda basically act as a epoxy ?

  2. RickK RocKStar

    You can always learn something at SPC.👍

  3. Billder Inbaja

    Another cool video but, but, but… why? Why is the combo of baking soda (NaHCO3 – Sodium Bicarbonate) and super glue (ethyl 2-cyanoacrylate) so strong? I have seen this trick used repairing nuts and saddles on guitars.

  4. Frank Of The Howard Family

    200 to 400 dollar's. No ,wonder the oceans are filled with plastic..if you take your milk jugs or pop bottles and recycle into ? The part you need..lol .

  5. Eva Lynne

    You are an absolute treasure. Thank you for generously giving usable information but what makes it priceless is the confidence you instill in those of us that desperately need the boost to go fix our broken, dirty, scuffed and scratched vehicles. Your wife hit the jackpot, friend! 🙂

  6. Paula Patio

    WoW! 🙂 I am SOOOO GLAD I crossed paths with your channel 🙂 Thank You! 🙂

  7. Howard S

    You got to love it when simple items around the house can make a repair that so thorough. Thanks for the tips.

  8. Loni Carr

    This trick worked for me to repair the trunk and fuel tank lid lever plastic that was broken right at the stress point and boy oh boy does it hold! Instant gratis folks, it does work!

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