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Photos and videos are a great way to add visuals to your wiki. Because you didn't already have enough reasons to love and respect him, it has come to our attention that not only is Phil Swift the king of all things made out of liquid rubber, he is also a guitar god. A local Fox station in Texas tried Flex Tape on a leaky pipe and attempted to seal a leak underwater, and achieved the exact same success you see in the commercials. Stopping a bullet is one thing Phil Swift has never said his product can do, but the idea is a natural progression for some viewers from all the crazy hyped-up claims made by the commercials.
It's great to be a meme lord and also the owner of a wildly successful line of products that may or may not work as advertised.
So it's not that surprising that there have been a number of YouTubers who set out to discover if the near-supernatural product could actually offer any protection. At least we can probably assume that the room will survive the next hurricane.
If you don't like that idea, you can use Flex Tape on your furniture feet to prevent scuffing because cutting circles of super-sticky Flex Tape with your household scissors is way more practical than buying a pack of 181 felt furniture pads that are the same price as a roll of Flex Tape and, you know, actually designed for the purpose.
But so many normal humans would let that go to their heads! It's also a great way to prank someone.
Flex Seal and its "family" have been advertised through direct-response television commercials , featuring the company's co-owner Phil Swift enthusiastically showcasing various and increasingly elaborate uses of the products ranging from stopping simple leaks, to stunts such as cutting a metal boat in half, taping it back together with Flex Tape, and going on the water with it. Anyway, according to JD Motorsports , Smithley's car was repaired using Flex Tape, and then he went on to finish eighth in the race.
For the last couple years, the winner of the "most fun to make fun of" product has been Flex Tape. You need to login to do this. Fortunately, the Flex Seal blog has some ideas. And because we know no rational person has time to page through Phil Swift's entire Twitter feed, we've done it for you! Maybe the company should be sending free samples out to everyone in Hollywood so they can build a longer list of celebrities who mention the stuff on television.
So that probably means we'll continue to see unauthorized merchandise for as long as Flex Tape and Flex Seal continue to be A Thing. You've seen the man saw a boat in half, for goodness sake!
We have no idea what that dude is up to. Sometimes, fame and fortune turns you into a megalomaniac who's too good for anyone and everything, including adoring fans.
Or really, just one dude on YouTube who says he wants to put together a class-action lawsuit because Flex Seal destroyed his pond.
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