|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||6035180|
|Size||1.88 in x 35 yd|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Adhesive Tape|
|Warranty Description||none--not applicable|
|National Stock Number||5640-01-607-2705|
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Black Gorilla Tape 1.88 In. x 35 Yd., One Roll
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- Gorilla Tape 35 Yd. - 131695
- This is highly durable
- This is manufactured in united states
- Double-Thick Adhesive: Grips smooth, rough and uneven surfaces
- Tough, Reinforced Backing: The tight weave contributes to the heft, but Gorilla Tape can still be ripped by hand.
- Rugged, Weather-Resistant Shell: Withstands moisture, UV rays and temperature extremes better than other tapes
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Despite my lack of success with the hair dryer, the only area where I have seen Gorilla Tape fail is in moderately-high temperature applications. For example, I wanted to use the tape to patch small leaks around the exhaust hose of a new portable air conditioner. The warm air would simply soften the adhesive over time, causing it to fall off.
It would be nice if a version of Gorilla Tape had nylon filaments, similar to strapping tape. While strong, Gorilla Tape does not have the tensile strength provided by such reinforcing fibers. This feature would then allow Gorilla Tape to be employed in a number of other applications where it could serve as a structural element instead of merely a bonding medium.
Excellent adhesive qualities
Cross woven fibers
Doesn't hold up in moderately high temperatures
No nylon filament reinforcement
Stickiness can make some applications difficult
Before I started using it, I read that it has too much adhesive on it, but I disagree. It has the right amount of adhesive...to stick to porous surfaces like brickwork and wood. And when you peel it off, there is hardly any residual adhesive remaining on the surface. I also read that Gorilla tape smells awful, but it does not....it smells like licorice and paint thinner...and you'd literally have to have the tape right against your nose to be able to smell it.
For its double thickness, I was pleasantly surprised at how easily this tape can be torn to size by hand. No knife or scissors are needed to cut it.
Because this is a use-specific product, this and other brands of duct tape are NOT made for packing carboard boxes...use packing tape instead! Packing tape is made to stretch before it tears. Packing tape is made to be cut by a knife or scissors; and packing tape is made to stick to cardboard. If you use Gorilla tape or another brand for packaging, the tape will eventually tear at the edges of the cardboard box (where there is motion), so don't use any duct tape for packaging...duct tape is not designed to perform like packing tape. Also, duct tape is not designed to be used as painters' masking tape....with Gorilla tape's extra adhesive, it would be a disaster when you peel it off and find out you took pieces of drywall or plaster with it! Duct tape is not masking tape, so don't expect it to perform like masking tape.
If I had to pick one brand of duct tape to keep in the car for emergencies or in my tool box, Gorilla tape would be my choice.
Buying my second roll of the stuff though I'm only half way through my first. Been a fan of it since I picked my first full sized roll from the auto parts store. Great stuff.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this it set up tubeless tires on my bicycles. Works fine, I usually wrap about 3-4 times around the wheel and it seals up perfectly.Published 4 hours ago by Yolk
Whow did more than I thought it would. You can use it any where or use it like duct tape..Published 1 day ago by Maxine Vrieze
This is excellent tape. Very strong and durable. I use it for every thing from sealing cardboard boxes to repairing damage to one of my chairs that my cat clawed on! I buy again!!Published 1 day ago by D. Lamberth