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We have Berber carpeting and I have been trying to think of a way to repair a couple of loose loops. E6000 to the rescue! I just took one of my favorite crafting tools, the lowly toothpick ( used, used again, and still kept for the next go round) and poked a bit of glue down in the base of the carpet, then used the toothpick to apply a little more glue, the poked the tuft of carpet fiber back in place. Worked like a charm!! You can't even see where the loose loops had been. Another crafty save!!
My husband just used my E6000 to fix his new work boots. The flaps at the back of the ankle that you use to pull the boot on were sticking out and getting caught on his pant leg and making his pant leg ride up (my hubby is very fashion conscious). So he took the E6000 and glued the flaps down and now his pant legs don't ride up. So its a fashion accessory too.