Tear Mender

6 oz. bottle Case of 12

Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Love it!

4/12/2014 by Susan

I bought this to salvage my favorite pair of jeans. The fabric was worn in a couple of spots and flat out torn in another. I used the Tear Mender directly on the fabric in the worn spots and used it with a patch in the torn area. It worked great. Because the product dries a very light color I used a Sharpie to shade the Tear Mender to more closely match my jeans. (Did I mention they were my favorite? :). I find myself looking to other areas to experiment on...I'll keep ya posted.

5

really works

4/12/2014 by Denise

I am using this to keep my crochet ends in place and mend a tear in a jacket. Great product !

5

Tear mender I does what it says!

4/12/2014 by Barbara

I used Tear Mender to repair the inside pockets of my jeans as they were frayed. This worked great! I'm glad I bought it and will find many uses for it in the future.

5

Works as Advertised

4/12/2014 by Nancy

So far I've repaired two pair of my husband's work jeans, my favorite garden flag, the edge of a rug, and a sweater sleeve. I know there will be lots more uses for this great product. Love having the small bottle to put in the car and take on trips. I'm sure it will be used.

5

Tear mender works!

4/11/2014 by Michelle

I used this tear mender to fix a pair of jeans for each of my teens - they both tore at the belt loop in the back - impossible to sew. But I turned then inside out, poured this on them and spread it out with a chopstick (am allergic to the latex) and within an hour or so, they were dry and fine! Then when my younger daughter tore a cloth-like sack she loves - and I mean she destroyed it - the handle pulled the body apart - I had nothing to lose, so I tried this - it worked! I noticed her carrying that bag to school with her costume for a play twice this week - like new! Impressive. It feels like elmer's glue - and dries clear - but it has real staying power. Love it.

5

WORKS GREAT!

4/11/2014 by Miriam

WORKS like nothing else! Stays flexible, sets up fast, and is strong. Whis I had discovered this sooner.
Just be careful not to get it on anything you don't want it on. Never coming off.

5

Great product!

4/11/2014 by Karen

I bought the product to repair my daughter's jeans and a pair of mine. It worked fantastically! It has kind of a weird smell, but that does go away after washing.

5

Fantastic product

4/7/2014 by Richard

I busted a belt loop on a brand new pair of jeans. This stuff did the trick perfectly. I can't believe how strong bond is!!

5

Tear Mender

4/5/2014 by Linda

Mended a pair of my husband's cloth shoes immediately. Worked great. Doesn't show. Saved a $70 pair of "loaf arounds"

5

Great product

3/2/2014 by Pat

Just as advertised! Used it to mend a favorite pair of pants that had a slight tear. They're good as new now. Easy, easy, easy to use.

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The Tear Mender Story

Tear Mender - Liquid Fabric Adhesive

Quick Fix for Rips

One bright side of dire environmental predictions is that we’re all a little less wasteful and more apt to fix, rather than replace, damaged goods.

During the 1930s, Val “the Bish” Cismoski came up with a way to quickly repair canvas belts on steam-powered machinery, so farmers wouldn’t have to lose precious harvesting time to replace a torn belt. Fast-forward 75 years, and we’re putting the same formula to use mending ripped clothes, torn seat cushions and frayed shoelaces.

Tear Mender is a natural and non-toxic liquid adhesive that bonds fabric upon contact. You can apply it like glue on a
tear, or spread it on a fabric patch, and it bonds in minutes. Repaired fabrics stay flexible and soft even after washing, says Jerry Cismoski, (on the left) who is the Bish’s son and runs the third-generation company.

So if you’ve got a dropped hem, a broken belt loop, or a run in the carpet, give Tear Mender a try. It also works great on tears in the seat of your car, damaged sports gear, or rips in a tent (it’s waterproof and UV-resistant). Why throw out something that you can easily repair with Tear Mender?
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