We decided we'd cover the cost of the shipping for these pledges. The shipping will be sent via royal mail 2nd class or economy international. We will offer an expedited option after our campaign finishes to allow faster delivery if you wish.
FixIts become soft when heated to 60 degrees celsius (140 degrees fahrenheit). The higher it is heated to the more viscous and tacky the material becomes. Once it has cooled down it forms a hard plastic. We have tested FixIts in many environments and have yet find a natural environment where the material softens up without an external heat source.
No FixIts is not a glue, it is a polymer! But it does bond really well to some materials such as fabric. It does this by wrapping around the small fibers whilst soft and once hardened it will have formed a strong bond! It also forms a strong but non permanent bond to a few plastic (it's a really strong bond though) so we always suggest trying fixits on a small sample first.
Yes FixIts is an insulator of electricity. It has a poor electrical conductivity with a value of 3.76 x 10-7 ohms-1 cm-1. Please don't use FixIts in any scenario with electricity where the temperature will cause FixIts to soften again.
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