The do-it-all material we know today as duct tape has a long and celebrated history. While early versions of it existed in the 1900’s, it was the mother of two World War II Navy sailors who came up with the idea of duct tape as we know it. As a factory worker, Vesta Stoudt worried about the seals on ammunition boxes and how it could cost soldiers precious time in the line of fire. She came up with the idea of using . . .
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