Lets face it – building science is pushing the performance of adhesive tapes to a new levels and though I can’t profess to have my daughters’ ability in making fashionable duct tape purses,  I have been know to mis-apply good tape to get me out of a bind! I think Red Green would be impressed!

If you send me your photos, I will post and credit!

 

Car lights

Though subtle, the 6mil poly Tuck Tape blends in seamlessly onto the tail light cover. Been holding for nearly 5 years now!

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The WigLuv goes well with the wheat beer, pickled onions and Dijon. It gives the fridge a real European flavour.

Vac hose

The transition between the vacuum hose and the handle takes a real beating and WigLuv offers that supple yet grippy texture that may just make you feel like cleaning more often!

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Comment by Colin Genge on July 30, 2015 at 6:14pm

i don't have a picture of it, but my Honda Accord's windshield was replaced and it leaked water from the top. One application of aluminum foil tap  lasted until I lost the care 10 years later. Being Aluminum, it didn't get messed up by UV.

On my counter top, a bad transition from Stainless steel to formica was fixed with Aluminum tape. Over 10 years and holding in a highly abraded location. i could take a picture of that one. 

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