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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DstBstSN Good impulse
I'll admit, I totally purchased this on impulse. While installing a new low voltage lights in my backyard I realized I needed to splice two wires to reach the new transformer. I decided to give this stuff a shot. I soldered the wires together and gave two quick coats with this stuff. Then shrink tubed over the connection followed by coating (globing) more on. The wire has been buried and exposed to some moisture thus far and so far so good. I do wish it dried a little faster, but I'll be the first to point out I'm fairly impatient.
January 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fastGeorgie Perfect -Great product
Wow.... This saved me. I have headsets I use for NASCAR races and the wires on the cord became exposed... Rather than replace the headset or the cord, I tried this product and it works great!!!
September 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CrazyRabbitLady Repair for daily-use cords
My Situation: I have rabbits... lots of them because I run a sanctuary. As much as I establish systems to keep cords above floor level, clever rabbits seem to smell when I pull out tasty and fun phone-charger wires, laptop cords, and various other electric threads.
The Problem I Face: Because the rabbits get the portable common cords, my repair jobs with electrical tape inherently take place on items I frequently bend, unbend, twist, and otherwise spindle in the full range of temperatures and humidity inside and outside throughout a year.
The Problem with Standard Tape: Electric tape cannot withstand the abuse. I frequently find areas where tape slips and leaves me with sticky dirty wire and failing confidence in my connection.
The Benefits of Liquid: Liquid tape has no adhesive side; therefore, sticky residue simply does not appear. It also does not require extreme patience and fine dexterity for separately wrapping multiple small wires in a small space. I find liquid tape lets me twist each pair, dab each pair, let them dry a few minutes, and then glop all pairs together. Also a plus, no rabbit has indicated a taste predilection for liquid tape.
Strength Untested: I have happily not had a critical wire to repair recently to test liquid tape's strength through various temperatures and humidity levels.
Unfortunate: Until I become a master painter, everything looks gloppy. It is a tradeoff from sticky-dirty tape to gloppy dried liquid. I choose the latter.
January 4, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MuzX So far so good
I use the liquid tape on guitar wirings and it works well so far.
I need relatively small amount and it makes stable coating.
My only concern is that it dries slowly, depending on the thickness of the coating sometimes even takes hours.
December 12, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Eddieb The product is useful for achieving a waterproof low voltage connection.
I used some liquid electrical tape in conjunction with heat shrink to make a waterproof 12 volt low voltage lighting connection. So far it has been water tight and worked well for my specific application.
November 18, 2012