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OK, there are probably more than 10 different ways to repair frayed laces due to wear and tear. This is just another way. In my opinion most simplest ...
Dab the frayed end on tiny amout of glue. Take in the glue like a paintbrush.
Wrap one end of thread around your finger. Take the other end of thread and start winding the thread around the tip, starting from about 1cm opposite to ...
After you finish, tie both ends of the thred. Twice. And leave it for drying for 10 minutes.
After it dries, it may look messy due to the glue and grime, just apply some toothpaste & leave it for drying for 5 minutes.
After it dries, just rub a brush off excess dried toothpaste & make it look even. Snip tiny bit of the tip to make it look clean.
Done! I initially was hesitant to write this instructable as i wanted to test the integrity of this fix, but it's actually quite strong, its been three days ...
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