|Item Weight||1.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 3.8 x 5.4 inches|
|Item model number||03625|
|Manufacturer Part Number||03625|
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3M (03625) 1" x 6' Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape
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An All-Purpose Repair Tape
When a hose, tool, pipe, electrical, or other repair is needed, wrap and repair it! 3M Wrap & Repair Silicone Tape is your super stretchy, highly conformable solution to everyday repairs. If you’re wondering how to repair a leaking hose or how to fix a broken pipe, choosing the right silicone tape is the first step. When a hose, tool, pipe, electrical, or other repair is needed, wrap and repair it to seal leaks and patch holes. 3M Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape is a super stretchy, highly conformable repair tape for fixing leaking hoses, damaged pipes, and other repairs. Simply wrap the tape around the repair area and allow the silicone to fuse to itself, forming a permanent, air and water tight seal.
With its leak-proof repairing ability, it is great for all types of plumbing jobs.
Silicone Wrap & Repair Tape is great for repairing hoses.
Durable Through All Conditions
3M Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape is designed to be resistant to heat, friction, and UV, and withstand extreme temperatures of -85 degrees F to 500 degrees F. This silicone repair tape works without adhesive, creates no mess, and requires no special tools to fix pipes, hoses, and other surfaces.
Strong And Leak-Proof
Wear and tear is part of vehicle and home ownership. This versatile, self-fusing tape creates an air and water tight seal for hose, electrical, plumbing, and tool repairs. Keep a roll of 3M Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape in your vehicle or garage in case of emergency and do not get caught off guard by repairs.
No Adhesive, No Mess
3M Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape is rolled like a tape, but it is adhesive-free. By self-fusing to itself, it creates a permanent bond without the need for a sticky adhesive.
Curved surfaces can make repairs difficult, but the conformability and flexibility of 3M Wrap and Repair Silicone Tape makes repairs easier. Instead of replacing a damaged hose, make the hose repair yourself using this flexible and strong repair tape.
It can give tools the grip that they may be missing.
- Adhesive-free tape bonds permanently to itself
- Stretches and conforms easily to any surface
- For hose, electrical, plumping, and tool repair
- Creates a permanent water and air tight seal
- Clear in color
- Meets UL 510 Standards
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Silicon is a remarkable substance. Wikipedia notes that silicon provides minimal heat conduction, toxicity and chemical reactivity. It repels water and can form watertight seals. It is resistant to oxygen, ozone, ultraviolet light and microbial growth. It is stable over a wide range of temperatures. It can be used as electrical insulation and has some fire protection properties. It is highly gas permeable. It sticks to glass. This product sticks to itself when tightly stretched.
What this means to me is that I can:
* Carefully, and not too tightly, temporarily wrap it directly around a wound on my body or repair a medical cast being careful not to cut off circulation.
* Repair glazing seals since silicon sticks well to glass
* Repair gaskets, hoses and leaking pipes around my car, lawn irrigation, pool and general plumbing whether outdoors or indoors. Whether I decide it to be a semi-permanent or temporary fix will depend on how lucky I feel.
* Use it when I am missing electrical tape
* Repair a broken wooden handle on my hammer, shovel, frying pan or anywhere else a more comfortable grip is needed.
The packaging label reads:
"Repair hose, tool, pipe or electrical surfaces with this super stretchy, highly conformable, adhesive-free tape that fuses strongly to itself and can withstand extreme temperatures -85F to 500F.Read more ›
I added some to the barrel of a pen to make it softer and easier to grasp and liked it so well, I did the same to one I often use in my kitchen to adjust recipes or make notes when my hands are likely to be wet or messy. With this tape on the pen, my grip is much more secure. I cut off a couple of small squares of tape and stuck them to the bottom back corners of a picture that always seem to get crooked. It hasn't moved a bit since I added the tape. Since the tape is silicone, I wondered if it could help make a pot cover handle comfortable to grasp when it's hot. Not only did it cushion the handle and allow me to lift the cover without getting burned, the stuff stayed on perfectly in the dishwasher!
There is a cellophane type of paper rolled up with the silicone tape to allow you to unroll it easily for use. Once you wrap the tape around whatever overlapping it on itself it bonds pretty firmly and doesn't come off. In fact in my first experiments, I wanted to reuse some and had trouble getting it to come unstuck so I know it's very secure. It did with effort and I could reuse it a couple of times although the bond wasn't as strong by the third use. It still stays stuck, but can be unwrapped rather easily.Read more ›
I shut off the water to the sink, cleaned and dried the PVC drain pipe and then left it alone for a few days to dry thoroughly.
I followed the package instruction for application . Laying on the concrete floor I started wrapping about 2 inches from one end of the leak and continued 2 inches beyond the leak on the other side of the pipe. so as to have good coverage.
I wrapped it overlapping by half and pulling it taut as I wrapped.
I left it overnight and the next day I turned the water back on to the sink and then ran water in the sink. To my disappointment it did not fix the problem.
I am a widow, living alone and while I do not profess to be a plumber I have successfully installed all new sinks, ( 6 total) faucets ( 8 sets) 1 bathroom vanity, water lines for a new dish washer , installed a new clothes washer etc.
I have inspected the area several times and am unable to come up with a reason as to why it did not stop the leak.
Based on my experience I would hesitate to recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good idea, but it didn't fix the leak on my kitchen sink hose, which was leaking. I still am going to try it on my garden hose, which is also leaking.Published 1 month ago by Michael Garee
This stuff is great!!!
I bought this just to try it - I had no idea how useful it is...
This is actually the second roll of this type that i have purchased; the first was... Read more
Used a whole roll garden hose small crack, would not seal. Sucked. Won't buy again.Published 4 months ago by Anthony
I followed the directions to a T. It didn't work and made a bigger mess. AVOID THIS!Published 4 months ago by Deborah K. Dobbins
love this stuff! stopped leak in pipe under kitchen sink. stretchy and sticky.Published 5 months ago by shelley carlson