Self-Fusing Silicone Rescue Tape
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- Stretch, Wrap and Get Rescued!
- Exceeds military specifications
- The ultimate self-fusing repair tape on the market today
- 950 PSI tensile strength!
- Insulates 8,000 volts per layer
- Remains flexible to -85°F/-60° Celsius
- Withstands heat up to 500°F
Self-Fusing Silicone Rescue Tape is the ultimate repair tape on the market today! Rescue Tape is a self-fusing silicone repair product with infinite uses. First used by the U.S. military, Rescue Tape is an incredibly versatile, easy-to-use emergency repair product. Use Rescue Tape to repair leaks on plumbing and hoses, to insulate electrical wiring, or as a shrink wrap. Use Rescue Tape to wrap tool handles, or to bind extension cords for storage. Use Rescue Tape to make emergency O-rings, to wrap hydraulic fittings and to prevent corrosion on exposed metal connections. Rescue Tape works even over wet, dirty or oily surfaces. You can even use Rescue Tape as an emergency fan belt!
Rescue Tape creates a permanent, air-tight, water-tight seal in seconds! Better still, it never gets gummy or leaves sticky residue. Rescue Tape resists fuels, acids, oils, solvents, salt water, road salt and UV rays! Dimensions: 1" x 12'.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by ki7dg Many uses
First this tape does not stick to any thing only to it's self. you can rap a wet item and the tape sticks to itself. You only get one shot once stuck to itself that is it. I have used this on coaxial cable in all kinds of weather and it is as good today as it was 2 years ago when I rapped it. I keep one in each vehicle for emergency repairs like a leaking radiator hose or emergency fan belt. It is kinda of tricky rapping as the tape does not stick to the item your rapping so you need to hold it until you can make a complete turn.
January 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GoobV Stops Leaks
I used this tape to stop a leak on a refigerator hose that had been split. It did the job and has held up for a week now. Product worked great.
December 6, 2010
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