Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 174
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 762BMW Handy for High Temperature Use
I use this tape for securing wheel weights on my race car. It's useful where temperature resistance is required because the foil backing doesn't melt or burn, and the adhesive stays sticky. It's a must-have for emergency repairs, and without it, my wheel weights wouldn't stay put!
August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by L111 Very neat tape, handy for random projects around the house
I used this tape when replacing the insulation around my dishwasher. I purchased the UltraTouch Radiant Barrier material online and picked up a roll of this tape at my store. It's the first time I've used foil tape, so I wanted to give it a try.
It worked great for my project. It adhered very well to the radiant barrier, and sealed it up perfectly.
A few days later, I needed a stiff tape to repair a screen door. This tape worked perfectly, adding some stiffness to the floppy piece of screen material. The adhesive is strong, but the tape could still be removed without damaging the screen once the repair was done.
I don't do any HVAC work, but I'll definitely be finding uses for this tape for odd jobs around the house.
May 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sparkles What a good product
I had so many air leaks in my dryer exhaust vent tubing, I couldn't see them but I knew they were there as the room would warm up considerably when using the dryer. I pulled the vent tubing from the outside vent and the back of the dryer. It was full of lint and lucky I didn't have a fire. After cleaning the tubing I applied the HVAC foil tape to the tubing and secured the dryer vent tubing to the dryers discharge vent. Wrapping the foil tape is easy, all you need to do is tear off a strip and wrap it around the vent tubing then press down to seal. Don't tear off too big a piece as it is very tacky and will adhere quickly upon touching something. The tape seems quite flimsy when you first start using it and it does tear easily. The trick is to apply in layers. This not only reinforces the tape but makes sure you have a tight seal. Once you have applied the tape you will no longer have the dryer heat coming through the venting warming the room, it makes the tubing stronger and the shiny tape even makes the venting look good.
August 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bob not as strong as others i have used
spend the money and buy the better tape, this stuff worked, but ripped very easy. The extra amount needed to patch the rips could have been avoided with better tape.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WetNWGarageGuy Great foil tape at a good price
I needed to rework some old ductwork, and used foiled foam panels to make the new ducting, using this tape to hold it together. Great product. Sticks well. Heavy aluminum which makes a strong seal. A tip since if you remove the backing it will stick immediately to whatever it touches --- cut the piece you need and press it into place where you need it BEFORE you remove the backing. Then, after starting the removal of the backing and sticking down the starting edge, press the tape lightly down against the edge you are sealing and pull the backing out from underneath the tape, along the direction you are sealing. Hard to explain in words but actually fairly easy way to get a smooth seal.
July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hersheyboy Foil tape
Great foil tape, very sticky, good value for the home consumer
August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lee Easy to work with - proper mills for stability and function.
Used this to make an insulated attic box and seal refrigerant leaks on air handler unit. This product was extremely easy to use. Did not tear randomly. The adhesive is strong without being overly tacky but repositioning can be difficult. The mills of this tape versus other brands was the driving reason I selected this brand -- and glad I did. Handled every job I used it for.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by VentWizard Great all purpose tape
I use this tape on my job. Easy to work with and readily adheres to metal surfaces.
July 26, 2016