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Select Lowe's Stores: Loctite GO2 Repair Clear Wrap

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Lowe's.com has Loctite GO2 Repair Clear Wrap on sale for $2.99 at select locations. Select Free Store Pickup if stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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Lowe's has the Loctite GO2 Repair Clear Wrap for $2.99. Free store pick-up.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/LOCTITE-...1000014126

Description:
Loctite GO2 Repair Clear Wrap is a self-fusing, highly versatile silicone wrap that seals instantly and protects against leakage, corrosion and scratches.
Removable for easy repositioning or re-use
Contains no adhesive, no sticky residue
Resistant to saltwater, oil, UV and extreme temperatures
Insulates, seals, wraps, binds and clamps
Salt water, fuel, oil, acid, UV and extreme temperature-resistant
Tensile shear strength up to 700 psi
Highly flexible and able to stretch up to 3 times its length
Tapered edges provide uniform wrap thickness

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Amazon: $7.03 (ships from and sold by Amazon.com)
Walmart: $7.19
Ace Hardware: $7.99
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This stuff rules. I used silicone tape to wrap the feet of an often-moved C-clamp to protect the furniture I am using it on. I used a small piece to connect a loose cable to a nearby part. I only had to wrap it once. Anywhere you'd use electrical tape, try this instead. It's relatively expensive but it's super strong, and the lack of adhesive (which gets on other things or inevitably leaks out after a few years) is a bigger boon than you might think.
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I have a plastic hinge on shelf in the fridge that is broken and have tried gorrila glue but it wont hold, any idea if this will?


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Work for Nat gas in outdoor setting?
No. It's a weak plastic tape. Tried it on the handle of a broom, fell apart after a few uses.
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Cancelled by the store. It shows 4 in stock when I ordered and I ordered 2.
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Can you use it to seal a leaking valve under the kitchen sink?
says it doesn't work on pressured pipes; so I would think not
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I wonder if this is what they used on my suitcase last year when it was bashed to hell by the airlines? When it came off the conveyor belt I could see that it had been damaged and cracked in one spot but there was a clear film over the damaged spot and it's been a year and it's sealed tight and hasn't come off or anything, almost like a second skin.
This only sticks to itself. It would just fall off the suitcase.
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I have a plastic hinge on shelf in the fridge that is broken and have tried gorrila glue but it wont hold, any idea if this will?


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No, this will always be flexible and wouldn't harden the way you need it to.
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No, this will always be flexible and wouldn't harden the way you need it to.

Any idea on what would work?


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Any idea on what would work?


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Maybe some sort of plastic epoxy or JB weld?
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I have a plastic hinge on shelf in the fridge that is broken and have tried gorrila glue but it wont hold, any idea if this will?


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Did you try repairing the hinge by melting the plastic over the crack with a solder iron? Hard to tell what to do without seeing it.Smilie
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This only sticks to itself. It would just fall off the suitcase.
Oh, I wonder what they used then, that stuff is like magic.
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Could I saw a boat in half and use this to repair it?
I tried. Just keep getting this sinking feeling...never tested it.
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Does Anyone knows if this would work for oven door glass?
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Does Anyone knows if this would work for oven door glass?
The tape only works when it is wrapped around something onto itself. It only adheres to itself.
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will this work for sealing off the elephants foot in Chernobyl?
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