- Product Dimensions: 120 x 12 x 0.2 inches
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- Item model number: TPE-XZLCLR
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X-Treme Tape TPE-XZLCLR Silicone Rubber Self Fusing Tape, 1" x 10', Triangular, Clear
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- Will not melt up to 260°C (500°F)
- Remains flexible to -50°C (-60°F)
- Tensile strength of 700+PSI
- Insulates to 400 volts/mil
- Resists weathering
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|Size||1" x 10'|
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|Brand Name||X-Treme Tape|
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1) iPhone charging cables tend to show a separation of the cable insulation from the silicone boot at one or both plug ends. Wrapping the cable end, overlapping the boot, with a few turns of this tape stabilizes this break and also acts as a strain relief. Looks ok, too. That used the first 6" of tape for all the iPhone cables in my household.
2) A basement sump pump with a 1 3/4" diameter poly hose suffered a direct lawnmower hit, opening a sizable gash. In the middle of the winter (I had wrapped with duct tape in warm weather, but it did not hold well), with icy water spraying from the break, I wrapped with this tape. The leak was very effectively stopped. That used up the rest of the tape, so I am ordering a second roll.
2) A Miele vacuum spring-return power cord developed a break in the outside insulation. It is both expensive and time consuming to replace the cord assembly. As an alternative, I wrapped the break with this tape, and it has now been functioning well for ~6 months; the flexibility of the tape is key to this application.
Yesterday, my weedeaters foam grip was cracking splitting - out comes the black Silicone tape to the rescue to provide a new grip for the handle. The day before, my tent pole plastic end cap was not staying on the pole, again, Silicone tape to the rescue.
Then, when I was weedeating my lawn, I noticed my trusty outdoor electrical cord took a hit with either the weedeater or hedger, and had a couple of chunks of the outer sheathing missing. I used my Xtreme tape (in the Red color to match the cord ;-)) and it has been holding for weeks and about 4 uses, I don't see why it won't hold for a very long time.
Next, both my backpacking and camping tent poles have vinyl or plastic ends on the poles - and after time these loosen up, want to come off and worse yet get lost! Well, not only does Xtreme tape fuse the tent pole ends to the pole, it also reinforces them and makes them stronger and more durable...
Then, my 20 year old wheelbarrow's wood handles have taken a beating from years in the weather, and they showed a lot of cracking and the wood was very rough. I usually wore gloves when carrying heavy loads with the wheelbarrow, especially since the wood handles were so rough and I worried about getting splinters. I painted the handles with some acrylic latex, and then gave them a wrap with some 1.5" of the black Xtreme tape, and it did wonders. I overlapped the Extreme tape in close windings, so it created a thicker wrap since this was a heavier duty application. I did this almost a year ago, and it has held up fine outside in the AZ heat. I don't store the wheelbarrow in the direct, and I think the UV would wreak havoc. Now I feel like I don't need gloves to use the wheelbarrow.
And then the big test - my garden hose had a pin-hole leak in it, and I applied this tape to it. The key is to make sure you extend the tape on either side of the hole by a few inches (I did three inches on each side of the hole) - and then make sure you stretch the tape very well and evenly around the hose. Also, make sure the hose is on a flat surface, and try to avoid flexing / bending the hose while taping, keep it as straight as possible. Also, give it at least two windings (not just one). It is working fine, if there are any issues I will update.
You get it. This stuff is amazing. Once you wind it on itself it sticks like white on rice. Its resiliency is quite good - it is very tough and it will not come unwound unless you intentionally start to pull on the seam. Then, it will rip instead of lose its contact... it is that sticky to itself.
The list goes on.... like I said, I keep finding more uses for it daily.
I would say just get a roll, and keep it around. You will be amazed at the number of applications this stuff will satisfy.... an easy five star!!
Thanks for reading.
I searched for repair ideas and found this. I thought you cannot wound the tape spirally. So it was rather awkward to tape the hose and connector together because they relied on the metal wire to stay together. In my first try of this tape, 3 turns of the tape and the hose and connector stays together in one piece. I let it cure overnight. It vacs well the next day. After sucking out a few buckets of water, the joint stays dry except for some water sipping out. Not even dripping!
I was thinking to peel off the tape to try again. But you can't do that unless you cut it off with tools. I read the instructions again and see that you can spiral the tape with overlapping, except for the end part you of course need to overlap 100%. In the 1st try I concentrate on the connector and hose end. I added a few turns to the hose end itself following the spiral of the metal wires a little. The repair stayed dry after sucking buckets of water.
Triangular means the tape is thicker at the middle and near the sides.
I used it for fixing leaking garden hose. My water pressure is exactly 50 psi because I have a adjustable regulator. The leak stopped at the integrated metal hose end screw adaptor. No more pools of water under the garden hose. Yes, a new hose or a hose repair adaptor cost at most a few dollars, but this only cost me 3 inches of tape.
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