I love me some Shoe Goo, Seam Seal and all the other similar flexible adhesive products that so easily repair my outdoors gear. One thing I didn’t like was that my tubes would glue the lids shut and start to harden so I never got a full tube worth of adhesive out before I had to throw it away. I started buying smaller and less cost effective [by volume] containers to mitigate this problem.
Then I read a tip online [sorry I forgot the source] that you can freeze Shoe Goo to stop it from curing between uses. I’ve been doing that for a few months now and it’s working great. I’ll get a full tube’s worth of product out of each container and I can buy the larger tubes so I save on a per unit basis.
I’m fixing a wetsuit as I type this by Shoe Gooing some velcro back on. 🙂