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The Tear Doctor offers a convenient way to repair rips or tears in your clothing without needing to go to the tailor. Instead, you can apply this strong adhesive glue to the tear and watch it repair in just three minutes. This saves users time and money when simple, small, or inconvenient tears get in the way. Furthermore, this product can be applied with your fingers – so not additional tools are required. Thus, you can quickly and easily fix any small tear wherever you are with just the Tear Doctor and your own two hands. It is a simple solution for minor tears.
Instead of allowing a tear ruin a pair of jeans or a leather jacket – you can now easily repair it with Tear Doctor. As the infomercial states, this glue is gentle enough to be handled with bare hands, but strong enough to fix a baseball mitt. Since it comes in a small bottle, you can take it anywhere with you and never have to worry about small rips or tears again. Within just three minutes, clothing, furniture and even painting can be restored to their original appearances. If you are worried about the glue not holding – fear not – because the Tear Doctor adhesive can outlast most jeans once used.
The cost of Tear Doctor is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Tear Doctor by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Tear Doctor being discontinued. Tear Doctor may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
The wait time for the Tear Doctor to dry is just three minutes, which means you will not have to babysit your tear for long. This product restores leather, upholstery and clothing to their original states with minimal effort on your part. Once the glue has dried, it is strong enough to place a bowling ball on without the object falling through.
Since the Tear Doctor can fix rips on many kinds of fabrics, it saves space in your repair kit. This item can be used on leather, paintings, furniture, jeans and other clothing. Thus, you will only need the Tear Doctor for all your unexpected rips and tears.
Unlike super glue or other adhesives, you can actually handle the Tear Doctor with your hands. This means you will not have to fumble around searching for a tool to apply this product with. Instead, you can get right to the repair process by rubbing the glue on the tear and pressing the fabrics together. The glue can be washed right off your hands or fingers when you are done.
While this glue is extremely strong and durable, it is made from non toxic ingredients. This means even children can use this glue. Thus, they can repair their own clothing with ease and without being exposed to toxic ingredients.
If you are not used to applying glue to clothing in order to repair it, this process can be messy at first. Thus, you might be prone to making a larger mess than you otherwise would have you resorted to the sewing method of repairing your clothing.
If you make a mistake when placing the two pieces of fabric together, you might permanently bond the fabric sections in the wrong areas. This would lead to awkward looking jeans or misaligned stitches in your baseball glove. For this reason, placement is very important when using the Tear Doctor.
In order to get the hang on how to use the Tear Doctor, practice using this glue on non-important items, such as two pieces of cloth. When you are ready, try this product on items that actually need to be repaired. Thus way, you will have a practiced hand and will be less likely to make a mistake.
Before allowing the glue to dry, making sure it is aligned with the other piece of fabric exactly as you want it. Once the Tear Doctor dries, it will be very difficult to undo any mistakes that were made by misaligning the two fabrics.
The Tear Doctor has a flexible and soft texture. Thus, it can be manipulated and positioned before it dries on your clothing, paintings or furniture.
Yes, the Tear Doctor permanently repairs rips and tears. This means you will not have to use a sewing kit later to repair the same rip. It is meant as a permanent solution to seal all rips once used.
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