Life is never steady state. Things get broken and patched along the way, and when we need a quick solution, we go to what works simply and easily. That’s why people love using Pro Clima tape for all the things in life that it was not intended to do, but accidentally does so well. Keep sending us examples of the many creative and improvisational ways you end up using our handy high performance materials and see Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of The Best of Off-Label Uses. Post up your images on twitter, facebook, or instagram #OffLabelUses.
Our friends building the award-winning Weinberg Commons Passive House retrofit in DC fixed up a broken mirror. Sure, long-term that’s gotta get fixed, but hey. You need to get the truck to the shop, don’t ya?
Two in a row here from the recent Halloween holiday. This Twitter call and response started with our friends at Emu Systems in Colorado. They’s savvy, so they know: to win the internet, include a dog.
— Emu Systems (@EmuBldgScience) October 31, 2017
Then a masterfully done web of Intello Plus was demonstrated by Pro Clima’s own Jens Lüder Herms in Germany.
— Jens-Lüder Herms (@luederHerms) November 1, 2017
Well…. it’s air tight and water tight, so….. sure.
Airtight nappy fixing😂 pic.twitter.com/5XFmFnBUxP
— pro clima NZ Rich (@proclimaNZRich) April 19, 2017
If your horse has a hoof disease, you need something durable to hold the compress on, so obviously. This.
Architect, Robert Swinburne finds more uses for Tescon Vana apart from building beautiful high performance homes in Vermont. It’s great for retrofits, so this counts.
… And last but not least we have… ahhhh… spoon? and spatula? hanging in a greenhouse, held up by Tescon Vana because… I don’t know, I got nothing. But thanks for sending.