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How to use Repair Glue in Grounded

Honey, I shrunk the glue.

There's nothing quite like the pit of dread you feel in your stomach when you go up against an insect four times your size, only to realize that your armor and weapons are broken. It's a common enough feeling for everyone playing Grounded. The good news is that there's a useful tool that will keep you protected and your weapons running smoothly. Here's how you can use repair glue in Grounded to keep yourself safe.

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What is Repair Glue in Grounded

Repair glue is a versatile and easy-to-craft material resource that lets you repair any damaged or broken equipment, provided the broken equipment has been upgraded past level five. The glue replaces the original repair cost for the equipment, so upgraded equipment costs just one repair glue to fix.

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How to make Repair Glue

There are eight ways to make repair glue in Grounded, provided that you have the glue masher. Once you have the glue masher, you can make repair glue out of:

  • Three Antilion parts
  • Two Black Ox parts
  • Five Bombardier parts
  • Five Ladybug parts
  • Two Roly Poly parts
  • Eight Spider chunks
  • Five Stinkbug parts
  • Four Termite parts

How to use Repair Glue

To use repair glue, open the broken item's menu or right-click on the item. From there, you should be able to click on the repair option in the dropdown. If your item is upgraded enough, the option to use repair glue should appear.

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