Step 5: Use it!

Now you're done.
I keep this in my pocket and use it all the time.
Much easier to carry around now that it's flat. :-P
This was my first instructable, let me know what I can do to make a better one!
chilbert0077 years ago
You can always re-wrap duct tape around a smaller object like and ink pen or high lighter. The idea is you wrap just enough so that you have access to a little duct tape when you need it and you have an ink pen with a new grip. Just something to try. You just need something smaller to roll the duct tape onto. Give it a shot, could not really hurt and would probably beat carrying around a slab of duct tape for most people.
i think that the "always have duct tape in your pocket" 'ible is for you, chilbert007. (0_0)
Is there anything that duct tape WILL NOT stick to? (serious question, not a statement of duct tape's incredible adhesion)
glue and bread
It wont stick to sounds
I couldn't get it to stick to vinyl underwater very well, although it stuck to dry vinyl and other, wet, surfaces just fine.
FIXABLE138 years ago
it doesint stick to sand or dirt or dirty wood
Duct tape rocks! I like the idea and have never heard of it before. Pretty sweet. A problem I run into is when I keep a roll in my truck over the summer. It gets too hot and makes the stuff twice as sticky. It pretty much makes it a bear to unwrap and use effectively. There's probably nothing I can do about that, though.
keep it in a cooler? ;-)