|Item Weight||1.92 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||811-5|
|Style||Pack of 5|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Everflow 811-5 PTFE Thread Seal Tape for Plumbers, White 1/2 Inch x 520 Inch (Pack of 5 Rolls)
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- STANDARD GRADE: standard quality for home, commercial and industrial uses
- STRONG & TIGHT SEAL: secure tape thread helps prevent leaks on pipes and plumbing
- EASY TO APPLY: elastic less sticky on the fingers and easy to remove
- COMPATIBLE: with all types of pipe threads for hundreds of applications
- DURABLE: Teflon tape will not harden or crack anytime
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Everflow 811 teflon thread seal tape was manufactured as economical grade for applications that requires sealing properties in home, commercial and industrial settings. The standard teflon tape is one of the many sizes and length available from our large selection of thread seal tape product line. The width measure ½ inch wide by 520 inch long providing enough material for a job. This standard economical grade thread provides enough pliability in all applications. This PTFE tape is intended to be used for general purpose sealing pipe threads and suitable for use with oxygen, water, oil and gas. You can be assured that the teflon is maintenance free, non-toxic and nonflammable. The PTFE sealant tape permits quick and clean sealing of pipe threads of all sizes and reduces the risk of contamination common with liquid and paste sealants. This product is ideal for General and Specialty Plumbing, Industrial Supply Houses, Laboratory and Scientific, OEM and MRO.
Size: 1/2 Inch (width) x 520 Inch (length)
Package: Spool and Shell
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If you haven't used teflon tape before, it's super easy and I go over some basic instructions in my video. Basically, you just wrap your threads in a clockwise direction and you're all set.
Yes it's true that there are different thicknesses of teflon tape. This one is right about in the middle, I'd say: I've tried out both thicker and thinner versions of teflon tape. The only thing to really watch out for is the thin stuff, as it breaks too easily and doesn't really do the job all that well. This tape is pretty good stuff and this multipack will last me a good long time.
This product was NOT given to me as part of any promotion. I bought it after doing some comparison shopping and this review is entirely the result of my own opinions and use of the product.
A couple of tips for anyone who, like me, had never used Teflon tap before: Figure out the direction you need to turn the female connector in to attach it to the male connector. (It's usually clockwise; righty-tighty, lefty-loosey) Wrap the tape around the threads of the male connector in the same direction so when you attach the female part, you're not turning it against the direction of the wrap. I did it randomly to start and regretted it. Also, don't unroll a lot of tape at once. It's light and it can tangle and will stick to itself. Apply with a light pressure. Don't stretch it, but don't just lay it on the threads. Wrap a few times around the connector. And finally, once the wrap is finished, smooth it with your fingers. The tape will pretty much stick to itself and mold itself to the threads.
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I absolutely love this tape! The tape has a good width and is extremely durable. Most teflon tapes are frayed or broken with the slightest pull. This teflon tape has been solid. It applies evenly in a nice layers around the pipe thread to create an effective seal. You may need some scissors or a knife to get a clean cut in the tape. Or you can be a man like me and just use your teeth. :)
I highly recommend this tape for your plumbing jobs.