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PVC Water-Resistant Sealing Tapes - £2.50 + £1.99 Delivery @ Groupon
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PVC Water-Resistant Sealing Tapes - £2.50 + £1.99 Delivery @ Groupon

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Posted 6th Apr

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Product Details
  • Aims to provide moisture- and a mildew-resistant barrier to prevent unsanitary conditions on toilet base, counter-top, tubs and showers
  • Can cover wall corner stress cracks and paint mishaps
  • Foldable to 90 degrees to create a tight seal
  • Made of PVC material
  • Water-resistant
  • Damp-, mould- and oil-resistant
  • Durable and sturdy to use
  • Crease design
  • Quick and easy to apply
  • Simply can tear and stick to any dry, clean and flat surface
  • Easy to use and trim
  • Length: 3.2m
  • Available width: 38mm or 22mm
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As a plumber I can honestly say that using anti bacterial silicone sealant applied correctly will make a far better job and finish than this. The picture is showing you a perfect finish because that is not tiling but shower panel board,the chances that a odd job DIYer can get that finish is unlikely. But I understand people will give it a go, just make sure that all the surfaces are perfectly clean, mould free and dry before you stick this on and the corners you will have to cut somewhere otherwise you will end up with a right horlicks in the corner.
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Surely you just use silicone?

Does this product give an advantage?
Absolute bargain works really well. Would recommend buying a few as postage is £2.99
Unsure if silicone is better, however pretty sure it is more expensive
Edited by: "HazelnutSurprise" 6th Apr
HazelnutSurprise06/04/2020 15:48

Unsure if silicone is better, however pretty sure it is more expensive


Silicone would be more effective at sealing, last longer and work out cheaper. Just needs a bit of skill to apply. I find a wet finger helps with smoothing post application with a caulking gun.
Edited by: "Thyme" 6th Apr
As a plumber I can honestly say that using anti bacterial silicone sealant applied correctly will make a far better job and finish than this. The picture is showing you a perfect finish because that is not tiling but shower panel board,the chances that a odd job DIYer can get that finish is unlikely. But I understand people will give it a go, just make sure that all the surfaces are perfectly clean, mould free and dry before you stick this on and the corners you will have to cut somewhere otherwise you will end up with a right horlicks in the corner.
Gorilla silicon is very good. picked one from Poundland few weeks a go for £2
Can this be used where my lead flashing has been stolen?
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