Meltable thermoplastic card can be used to fix anything

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When something inexpensive breaks, the instinct is often to throw it out and buy a new one. Offering a solution to this unsustainable disposable culture is Peter Marigold’s FORMcard, a reusable card made from thermoplastic, which melts in a cup of hot water and can be molded into any shape and used to fix objects from a broken umbrella to a loose tool handle. FORMcard is an inexpensive product, which utilizes the benefits of thermoplastics, but is presented in a much more convenient form. To use, the FORMcard is put into a cup of hot water, which causes it to…

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