Duct Tape Cork




Introduction: Duct Tape Cork

If you open a bottle of wine and you don't drink the hole of it, than you'd better cover it back.
But what if the cork doesn't fit back? Use some duct tape!

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Step 1: Duct Tape Cork

Nowadays the corks are not made out of cork any more. They are made of plastic. And a plastic cork can't be put back in the bottle neck.

Step 2: Duct Tape Cork

Put a small piece of duct tape on the bottle neck.

Step 3: Duct Tape Cork

Cover the neck around with duct tape; make it in the form of a tube.

Step 4: Duct Tape Cork

With two fingers flatten the duct tape tape tube so it is sealed.

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    3 Discussions

    Those rubber corks will fit back in the bottle for temporary storage if you clean them and re-insert them upside down.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I agree. You just need to flip the cork over the other way.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I used to do this with the "cork" corks. But I found a plastic one that didn't fit either way. Maybe it is a different type of plastic.