How to seal a Plastic Toothpaste Tube [ without a tube sealer ]





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Published on Mar 20, 2015

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This is a handy and simple way of sealing the end of a plastic tube without the use of an expensive tube sealer. Of course this is only if you are doing a few tubes, you would not want to do this on a large scale. But at least it's cheap, fast and works. Before you seal the tube, wipe the inside end clean. A lot of people who want to know how to do this are people who make their own toothpaste. This style tube can be found on ebay. The one I am sealing in this video is a 1oz 30ml Plastic Tube. I just put in a wood filler paste [that’s why my fingers are dirty]

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