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1 in. x 3.33 yd. Stretch and Seal Self-Fusing Silicone Tape in Black

  • Self-fusing silicone tape repairs, seals and protects
  • Seals leaking pipes & hoses and repairs electrical wires
  • Leaves no sticky residue
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Product Overview

No toolbox should be without Nashua Stretch and Seal. This self-fusing silicone tape has no adhesive and bonds only to itself when stretched and wrapped around a material. Stretch and Seal conforms to almost any surface to create a permanent, watertight seal. It is easy to remove and leaves no sticky residue. Nashua Trusted Tapes get the job done right, the first time, every time.
  • Seals pipes, electrical wires and hoses
  • Covers sharp, exposed metal edges on tools and equipment for safer operation
  • Use on tools and sports equipment handles as a replacement grip or surface protection from scrapes and abrasions
  • Can be applied in wet conditions to create a water and air tight seal to pipes and hoses
  • Wrap pipes to protect against rust and corrosion
  • Cut away to remove - leaves no residue
  • Bundling, securing, clamping applications
  • Resistant to chemicals and UV rays
  • Holds up to 50 psi of water pressure with multiple wraps

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
1
Product Width (in.)
2
Roll length (ft.)
10

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Specialty/Anti-Slip Tape
Color
Black
Features
Moisture Resistant,UV Resistant
Flammable
No
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Kit
No
Maximum application temperature (F)
500
Minimum application temperature (F)
-65
Number of Rolls Included
1
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (oz.)
.1
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

51Questions28Answers

Could this tape be used on PVC joints that have 70 psi water to prevent potential joint blow out?

Asked by sam April 11, 2021
1
Answer

Thank you for your question. Yes, Nashua Stretch & Seal can be wrapped around properly-sealed PVC joints to provide additional support and protection to the joint. Best of luck with your project.

Can I use it to fix a hose on my vacuum?

Asked by Millie57 January 13, 2021
3
Answers

Thank you for your question. Yes! this is an excellent application for Nashua Stretch & Seal. Follow the installation directions posted on the homedepot.com product landing page and ensure proper stretch and overlap as you seal around the hose. If the hose you are sealing is a corrugated hose (expanding), you will want to have the hose stretched as you apply the Stretch & Seal to get the greatest benefit. Best of luck with your project!

Can it be used for pipe with water 60psi?

Asked by Rex October 5, 2020
2
Answers

Thank you for your question. Yes, Nashua Stretch & Seal can be used for water pipes at 60psi. Use multiple wraps as you see fit to guarantee the seal. Best of luck with your project.

can i use this for my dragon plant for grafting?

Asked by lilibeth August 26, 2020
2
Answers

Thank you for your question. While we have not performed specific testing for this particular plant, nor for grafting in general, we do not anticipate that the product would pose any chemical threat to the plant. Best of luck with your project.

How thick is the tape? I need it to pad something.

Asked by Erik July 14, 2020
1
Answer

Thank you for your question. Before stretching, Nashua Stretch and Seal is 20 mil thick which reduces as you stretch the tape to wrap surfaces. Building layers of course will add thickness. Best of luck with your project.

Can this tape be used to hang items?

Asked by Neen February 8, 2020
2
Answers

Thank you for your question. Nashua Stretch & Seal is a non-adhesive product that only sticks to itself. It would not work for mounting and hanging applications. Best of luck with your project.

My inflateable air mattress has a Small hole. Will this work

Asked by Mikerohr December 18, 2019
5
Answers

No. The tape adheres to itself only.

Can this be used on polybutylene pipes?

Asked by SR October 12, 2019
5
Answers

I don’t see why not. It stickers to itself

What department (part of the store) should I find this in?

Asked by mrpanda72 September 22, 2019
2
Answers

Thank you for your question. Nashua Tapes, including Stretch & Seal are typically merchandised in the Plumbing aisle at The Home Depot. Best of luck with your project.

Will this tape succeed in patching rubber boots against leaking?

Asked by Anna August 7, 2019
5
Answers

Probably not. The tape doesn't stick to anything but itself so it cannot be used as a square patch.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.5
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  • 66% recommend this product
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Works well
Works well
by Buddy
1 person found this helpful
This tape is unusual in that it instantly adheres to itself but not much else. This sounds odd bu...
This tape is unusual in that it instantly adheres to itself but not much else. This sounds odd but for certain applications it's a real miracle. I use it to hold my VA leg prosthesis together. Since it doesn't adhere well initially you might want to tape down the end to start. Put good stretch tension on it and as soon as the first loop is completed the tape will adhere to itself. Overlap at least 50% between turns for best results. The final turn should overlap 100%. The tape comes with an easily removable backing to keep it from adhering to itself on the roll. Once stuck, it STAYS stuck, no repositioning allowed!
by Madmark
8 people found this helpful
I tried a couple of times to seal a water leak without luck
I tried a couple of times to seal a water leak without luck
by Nan
5 people found this helpful
I have an old 2-function swivel sprayer in the faucet of a utility sink in my garage that was lea...
I have an old 2-function swivel sprayer in the faucet of a utility sink in my garage that was leaking. The whole faucet will need to be replaced but not just yet. I managed to seal the leak in the swivel mechanism with this tape. First there were small drops coming out of the fix but I guess the self-fusing silicone needed a couple of days of curing with warmer temperatures and now the seal is quite tight. Very satisfied with this quick fix. I cut the tape along the length (to 1/2 an inch in width) because the working area was small but that was easy to do.
by Ansel
4 people found this helpful
I'm not sure how people are having a hard time with this product. I don't leave many reviews, but...
I'm not sure how people are having a hard time with this product. I don't leave many reviews, but I will for this since it was so effective for me. T Junction on my forced-hot-water pipe got a little drip-drip during some remodeling in our basement. It must have moved after being in one spot for a long time. My guess is the solder cracked, but it was difficult to see WHERE the leak was exactly. I tried Flex Tape. It just dribbled out the side. I tried plumbers putty (the kind you have to mix and smell bad and turns rock hard when it's cured) and it didn't work - in spite of that being my go-to for this sort of thing for years. Tried flex tape AND the putty. NO DICE. Friend of mine suggested silicon tape. Went and picked up a black roll of this. Instantly fixed. Wish I would have went with this to start with, would have saved about two gallons of hot water from leaking out. It was a difficult placement for anything other than cutting and resoldering to work on. Happened on the weekend, so I wouldn't want to call a plumber and pay the emergency fee. To be honest, I'm probably just going to leave it like this until it leaks again. Saved me a fortune.
by Adam
12 people found this helpful
I haven't use this black version yet, but I sure it works as well as the clear. I used it on a le...
I haven't use this black version yet, but I sure it works as well as the clear. I used it on a leaking water line and it worked great. Be sure to stretch the tape as you are wrapping it around the leak.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
This tape was excellent for stopping a leak in my icemaker waterline at the filter connection. My...
This tape was excellent for stopping a leak in my icemaker waterline at the filter connection. My first attempt did not stop the leak, but on my second attempt I made sure to stretch the tape tightly around the leak and the leaking stopped. It was leaking while I was taping it and it sealed perfectly. Now I can take my time on replacing this waterline.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
Good lord! Don't pay for a plummer if you can fix a simple leak. My 40+ year old pipes only nee...
Good lord! Don't pay for a plummer if you can fix a simple leak. My 40+ year old pipes only needed a little Self Fusing tape. A+, it works after a year and going......
by Ranoa
5 people found this helpful
Small leak in copper pipe on water heater. Used entire roll of tape to wrap around pipe per instr...
Small leak in copper pipe on water heater. Used entire roll of tape to wrap around pipe per instructions. Still leaks in three places. Will have to call plumber to fix.
by MIKE21
2 people found this helpful
Works 1st time every time! Have used it for years on outside connectors. You have to be careful h...
Works 1st time every time! Have used it for years on outside connectors. You have to be careful handling it as it sticks to itself real quick. Excellent!!!
by Cuzz
4 people found this helpful
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