PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The idea of a fast fix for things that break around the house sounds great, right? Maybe you’ve had run-ins with other repair methods?

Well, Carol Emanuele has.

“I’ve glued my fingers together. I’ve misaligned it, and then it’s there-misaligned. You’re done then. You can’t get it apart then,” she told KDKA-TV news anchor/Does It Really Do That reporter Jennifer Antkowiak.

Could Lazer Bond be what Carol’s looking for?

The commercial says Lazer Bond is an amazing liquid plastic that fixes, fills, fastens, and seals virtually anything in as little as three seconds.

The directions are easy to follow:

Carol’s supposed to apply a thin layer of Lazer Bond with the precision tip, then shine a small Ultraviolet Light on it. The light comes built right into the packaging, and the information says that the powerful liquid plastic is supposed to harden as strong as a rock under that UV light.

First, Carol tried Lazer Bond on some plastic molding. She pieced the broken area together, applied a thin line of Lazer Bond to the crack, used the UV light and the molding stuck together.

She tried the same technique on a ceramic pumpkin, a metal part of some glasses and a cut in a plastic water bottle.

She was able to bend the place she fixed on the glasses, but it was a difficult spot. She was not disappointed and said she’d try it again.

Carol was happy with the way the Lazer Bond worked on the other items as well.

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Lazer Bond promises three-second rapid repair. Does it really do that?

Carol gives it a thumbs up.

“I think that I would use it. I think I would probably use it on smaller objects, because it seems to work fine,” she said.

We bought Lazer Bond online for around $15.