3M™ Wrap & Repair Silicone Tape, 03625, 1 in x 6 ft
Features and Benefits:
- Versatile repair tape for automotive and home repairs
- Adhesive-free tape bonds permanently to itself
- Stretches and conforms easily to any surface
- For hose, electrical, plumping, and tool repair
- Creates a water and air tight seal
- Meets UL 510 Standards
- Clear in color for strong, less visible repairs
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. 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. The product is designed to be resistant to heat, friction and UV and withstand extreme temperatures of -85 degrees F to 500 degrees F. 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.
Directions for Use
- Prepare and clean the surface to be wrapped.
- Peel back the liner and wrap the necessary amount of tape around the repair surface stretching the tape and overlapping by half the width.
- Once the surface is wrapped, overlap the last wrap full to ensure a good seal.