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If you work with a lot of heat shrink it might be worthwhile to invest in a label or heat shrink printer. Read this guide on everything you need to know before buying.
Keeping your cables organized doesn’t have to be hard. Use these solutions to help stay on top of your electrical in your business.
Need a fun DIY project? Why not make your own dog leash using heat shrink tubing? Read our guide to find out why and how.
Phone chargers are constantly breaking. Replacing them is easy enough, but it’s hard on your wallet, especially if you have an iPhone. In this guide, we’ll teach you how to fix an iPhone or other phone charging cable using heat shrink tubing and a heat gun.
The wiring structure is like the nervous system of your boat. Without it, you would accomplish very little. But one faulty circuit and the safety of the entire structure is compromised. When it comes to complicated structures like this, it’s important that you’re well versed in electrical safety early to make sure you don’t get stuck out on the water later.
Saltwater corrosion can be devastating for boats, and even worse for any electrical or wiring. Heat shrink tubing is a great way to prevent saltwater corrosion while you organize and manage your cables.