Fixman 194122 Self-Amalgamating Black Rubber Repair Tape 19mm x 10m £2.49 Prime / £6.48 Non Prime @Amazon
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Fixman 194122 Self-Amalgamating Black Rubber Repair Tape 19mm x 10m £2.49 Prime / £6.48 Non Prime @Amazon

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Found 19th Feb
Highly flexible black self-amalgamating tape for a vast array of maintenance and construction tasks. Wraps around wire, cable, tubes, hoses and pipework and amalgamates into a strong, non-tacky, seamless, waterproof rubbery bond that protects against moisture ingress and insulates to prevent shorting, damage and injury. Ideal for emergency repairs to leaking pipes and guttering, as well as for wrapping exposed hoses and cables. Ideal for plumbing, electrical and automotive use. 19mm tape width. 10m long roll.
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I didn't know I needed this but its numerous uses suggests I always did. One amazon reviewer has been using it for 30 years in his home. I've got some catching up to do. Bought.
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Thanks Op, just bought one

(These have just come back into stock)
Just sharing a really useful review of this stuff...

amazon.co.uk/gp/…r=1

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This stuff is brilliant, I have been using it for over 30 years. Use it to bind up or seal pretty much anything. Its tough and hardwearing and used properly it forms a permanent seal. For best results gently stretch and release it a few times before applying as this puts heat into the rubber and aids the curing process. I used to work with the bloke that invented this stuff. It was invented during ww2 and still new uses are being found for it.
Be a bit careful when applying it as it is a bit fragile in its raw state and it is easy to pull apart but rest assured that once it has cured it can only be cut off as it bonds to itself permanently. just remember to exercise it before applying and leave in a warm place to cure to produce the optimum result.
The easiest way to remove it from its backing tape is to use a sharp blade and cut through the backing tape then fold it over your finger to ease the grip on the backing tape. and once you finish leave a little tag to make further use easier to start. Dont just pinch it to open up the backing tape as it will just stick to itself"
12 in stock just bought one costing me £0.00. Thanks op
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Got a crack on bumper of Range Rover .i will stick this and spray over. Thanks ..
7day7 h, 47 m ago

Got a crack on bumper of Range Rover .i will stick this and spray over. …Got a crack on bumper of Range Rover .i will stick this and spray over. Thanks ..


Wow, will that work?? Didn't even think of that.. I was going to use it cover some exposed cabling in the garden!
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