Because it's MADE out of steel - with a holding force of 38 tons per sq
One proposed use is to hold cars together, which would make replacing a
damaged quarter-panel pretty easy.
D*mn! I wish I knew about this stuff yesterday.
My daughter went back to college with a little corner shelf I made so
she can put her clock radio on the wall above her bunk bed. Since she
can't put holes in the wall, I sent some self-stick velcro along and
she mounted it that way. This steel stuff would have been even better.
When we moved her in we had trouble finding a spot for her 13 in TV
where both she and her roomate could see it. I just sent her the pop-
sci link suggesting we could use the steel velcro to hang it from the
Yeah, I don't think I'd exactly call that "strong as steel".
38 tones per square METER? That's about 50 pounds per square inch
(someone said 60, but that would be 38 tons per square yard).
Strong steel is 35 tons per square INCH (tensile strength), about
1,500 times stronger.
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