|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.9 x 3.3 x 5.7 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||6100101|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Adhesive Tape|
Gorilla 6100101 Duct Tape To-Go, 1" x 30 ft, Black
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- Made in USA
- Convenient for on-the-go repairs; it packs a powerful grip in a portable size
- Great for smaller repairs or projects. It is made to stick to rough, uneven, unforgiving surfaces. Can also be used for clamping surfaces together.
- 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
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From the manufacturer
Black Gorilla Tape-To-Go
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 torn by hand.
Rugged, Weather Resistant Shell: Withstands moisture, UV rays and temperature changes.
Convenient for on-the-go repairs, Gorilla Tape To-Go's 1 inch width packs a powerful grip in a portable size. With double-thick adhesive, tough reinforced backing and rugged weather-resistant shell, it sticks to rough and uneven surfaces, including wood, stone, stucco and brick, that ordinary tapes can't hold. This size is ideal size for backpacks, toolboxes, glove compartments for camping, boating and more! Directions: Use like any other tape. Tear Gorilla Tape by hand or cut to size with a knife or scissors. It is important to clean the surface and brush off any loose particles and dirt before applying Gorilla Tape. Apply the tape carefully, smoothing out any pockets or rolls. That’s it. Enjoy the strength and durability of Gorilla Tape! To retain adhesive quality, store Gorilla Tape in a cool, dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight. Try storing the tape vertically (rather than laying flat), on a hook or on wax paper. If you have multiple rolls, keep your excess supply wrapped until they’re needed. Gorilla Tape works best at temperatures above 32°F (0°C). For best results, always apply the tape at room temperature. If Gorilla Tape freezes, it will work just fine once it returns to room temperature. Gorilla Tape can be removed, but with some difficulty and it may leave some residue. To remove any excess residue, we recommend using the tape itself as a blotter. Gorilla Tape should not be used as an electrical tape. We’ve found that Gorilla Tape will last a lot longer than regular duct tapes when it comes in contact with moisture. Click on the Gorilla link at the top of this page to see other quality products from the Gorilla Glue Company.
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I can not stress enough how amazing this tape is. After using it myself, it’s the only tape I will ever want to use for anything serious. It is really sturdy; it kind of gives you the impression that it will be impossible to tear off a piece because it’s super strong, but you can easily rip off a piece with no problem. It’s also much stickier than regular duct tape. I don’t know how they do it, but once you attach this tape to something, it will stay there until you want it off.
I used this Gorilla tape successfully in 2 kind of weird situations after regular duct tape failed me:
1) I wanted to hang some thick fabric to temporarily conceal the back windows of my station wagon so as not to tempt any thieves when I had to store some valuables in the back. I had initially tried using regular duct tape, but the weight of the fabric with the less-than-ideal surface (vertical vinyl wall) meant that it failed after a few hours. With only a few small pieces of gorilla tape that fabric was attached and didn’t come off until I removed it several days later.
2) The tub in my apartment was resurfaced before I moved in, but the company didn’t do a great job so the top layer got compromised by some kind of minor punctures. This allowed water to go between the top later and the porcelain underneath. Since my apartment complex wouldn’t be able to resurface it for a few weeks, in the meantime I forced the water out and sealed the holes with regular duct tape. After about 2 days, the duct tape detached and water seeped between the layers again. Then I remembered my trusty Gorilla tape! I forced out the water again and this time sealed the holes with Gorilla tape. Now, this doesn’t look beautiful; I’m not about to win an award from HGTV. But as a temporary stop-gap, the Gorilla tape is working! After multiple showers, it is not showing any signs of peeling off.
This tape is pricier than standard duct tape, but in this case you definitely get what you pay for and a little bit goes a long way. For run of the mill jobs, standard duct tape is probably adequate. However, the minute regular duct tape won’t cut it, seriously consider giving Gorilla a try. There’s really nothing better. If you found this review helpful, please consider clicking yes below.
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Oddly enough, it can work too good, sticking and sealing to a fault. I've removed and relocated nuisance alligators for more than a decade, and depending upon the particular situation at hand, some are removed and are later, by law, put down. The nuisance trapper can relocate on a case-by-case basis, per judgment call (related to size, situation, etc.). The easiest and safest way to do this is to tape the mouth shut, and then tape the alligators legs behind his back, which allows you to slide a control pole or similar contrivance behind the back and through the two 'loops' formed by the taping of the leg pairs, which allows you to easily carry them - about like a suitcase. The only problem I've ever had with using this stuff on alligators coated in water, mud, you name it, is that it can stick TOO GOOD, and it can begin to strip little bits of the skin from the dorsal portion of the snout when the tape is removed. It doesn't strip the snout to the bone, or even harm the alligator to any degree, but believe me, it's one hell of a demonstration of just how good this stuff works.