Make A Duct Tape Keychain Fob

Run into situations where a piece of duct tape would save the day but you didn’t have any? Make a duct tape keychain fob and you’ll always have a foot or two handy. Tactical blog ITS Tactical recently shared two designs; one uses a piece of wire and the other a piece of paracord.

Just place the paracord or wire on the edge of the tape and carefully roll the tape around the paracord or wire until you’re satisified with the size. The author at ITS chose to make his the same general size as a container of chapstick. For more pics of the process and a variation see the original post at ITS Tactical.

If you need some inspiration on how to use your readily available duct tape, check out 15 hacks from our celebration of duct tape last year.

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