078 | When you take something apart, put all the tiny pieces on the tape's sticky side to keep them from rolling into the bilge.
079 | Fold two small rags into thick 4"-by-4" pads. Duct tape them to your knees for instant knee savers when working down low.
080 | Wipe the sticky side of the duct tape across cabin upholstery or carpeting to get up those last tiny bits of crumbs and lint.
081 | To go bilge fishing for lost parts, roll up some tape into a big ball on the end of a wire hanger. Stick it in the bilge and see what you come up with.
082 | Use tape to hide a spare key under some hidden part.
083 | Trying to get a screw started where you can't reach to hold it? Tape the screw to the tip of the screwdriver. Once it's set, remove the tape and screw away.
084 | It's a seagull repellent. Tape strips sticky-side up on the cabin or T-top. Gulls will land once, get stuck, and never return.
085 | Use the sticky side to remove fiberglass slivers from your hand.