A: If your dryer vent is ridgid metal or flexible metal then something like 3M foil tape is more appropriate. If you're just looking for something to attach a flex vent between the dryer and the wall metal dryer vent clamps would work best.
A: nope poor adhesion
A: Sure, in a pinch, but duct tape usually 'drys out,' becomes loose and detaches whereas tapes specifically made for dryer ducts hold and last longer, especially the foil tapes, which Home Depot sells several brands of that perform better. -IronForce All-Purpose Duct tape; Operating temperature 30 - 200 degrees F. -Nashua Tape 1.89 in. x 30 yd. -Dryer Vent Installation Tape; Minimum application temperature (F)-10, Maximum application temperature (F) 250, but more importantly Minimum hold temperature (F) -10 and a Maximum hold temperature (F) 250 So the dryer duct tapes have a greater temp rating but also last longer and are about the same price, some lower while the premium foil tapes cost more than IronForce All-Purpose.
A: At a minimum,duct tape will work on a dryer vent hose...but I'd suggest using aluminum foil tape that's made specifically for that uze
A: For direct furnace pipes (air in and out) they are generally plumbed with PCV schedule 40 (rated to 140F) rigid pipes and fittings, they are solvent welded. Under ATSM (International Technical Technical Standards) consider PVC 'combustible'. It softens / melts about 220F, and looses structural integrity. I checked a small piece of this tape by lighting the edge with a match it will burn and sustain a flame, it does not self extinguish. I use it for HVAC air ducts to seal the joints.
A: i have no idea. one thing for sure the tape runs away because it doesn't stick. that would make it resistant to fire because it comes off as soon as you put it on
A: No. Operating temp. 30 - 200 degrees F. (stated in the installation / assembly guide) There are much better tapes, like the foil tapes, but any has to be rated for use used regarding heat venting.
A: I don't think it is resistant to fire. I didn't buy for that purpose, so can't say for sure?
A: I would never use this type of tape on chimney vent pipes.
A: No it sure s about fire resistant I would Contact the manufacturer direct! It’s sticks to stucco for sure and is very strong
A: It may work but if it were me, I would use the underwater tape they advertise on TV. It can be applied under water. Regular duct tape is not meant for that purpose.
A: No. For a vinyl pool use a vinyl repair kit. Should be in the pool area at Home Depot.
A: I liked it because it is super strong and super sticky and it sticks to the floor really good
A: It appears that way because it's very sticky
A: Only as a remedy for a split joist, maybe is the wood is not too old. But definitely not for support if it's pulled away from the other piece of wood.
A: You could but if I hired a professional and they used this it would not look well for the professional unless they are extremely patient, detail oriented, and competent (all difficult to find today) then they could probably make it work but there is way better, less frustrating product available.
A: It can be used in any place where you would use regular duct tape. It is stronger and somewhat harder to remove the residue if it stays in place for a long period of time.
A: I don't understand your question?
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