Is your apple aging or have a worm? Does your windows have any security openings that leave you exposed? You probably need to apply a patch. Patching your apple or windows will prevent anything harmful from passing through.
The best part about this patch is that you can use it on both apples and windows.
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Step 1: Knowing It's Time to Patch
First step is to take a look at your apple and decide if you need to patch. Common signs include age of apple, or worms and other viruses.
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Step 2: Prepare Apple
Get your patch and cut it to the right size. You might need a large or small patch, you should know by just looking at your apple.
Turn your iron up to high, then use the heat to apply the patch to your apple.
Step 3: Patched
Your apple has been patched, preventing any more worms from entering that area. Though it won't help aging apples, your apple will appear healthier.
Step 4: Patching Windows
Patching windows is a little easier, as the repair lasts longer than with apples.
Cut your patch to the size, then use iron to apply the patch to window.
Step 5: All Patched!