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It is truly amazing stuff, and has save me a fortune in time and money.
The brush that comes attached to the lid is way too big for small jobs like this, but I found a Q-tip to be perfect for applying the liquid.
I now use this product for all my circuit board connections, and wires I don't have appropriate sized heat shrink or tape for.
Make sure to shake or it will stay tacky for a while. I found it is better to give a lot of thin coats than one thick one. Provides a good water proof seal. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jerry Williams
This stuff is awesome. I initially bought it for waterproofing RC car electronics, but have used it for fixing electrical cords as well.Published 8 days ago by Dan
Was delivered on a below zero day, which resulted in the liquid breaking it's seal and leaking all over the box. Read morePublished 15 days ago by SGBIxby
I end up using this every week or so for random projects i do around the house. Its an amazing liquid tape.Published 19 days ago by Nicholas W. Reyes
My pair of Bose earbuds had some exposed wiring, a couple tiny spots and a longer, maybe half centimeter stretch, where the rubber coating had been ripped off due to heavy wear. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Adam K
as others have said, the brush is probably a tad too big, unless you're working on some seriously big cables. Read morePublished 29 days ago by andrzej raczynski
I've been working in the Electronics industry and on Cars for over 30 years. I think the invention of high-quality liquid electrical tape was absolutely fantastic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rando
Just the thing for a do it yourselfer who needs a quick way to insulate bare wires. Certainly beats using electrical tape that normally becomes "unstuck" at the end. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P Gleason
Works well. I soldered some wires and used this as a first coat of insulation. after that I used some shrink wrap tubing, this is a good product to get a thin coat on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JK