As advertised; and delivered in a timely manner.
It’s for natural has and look has not gasoline
I would say no. It doesn’t seem to be able to hold much pressure. I used it on a threaded water line and it could not stop leaking. I don’t recommend it.
According to Lasco Fittings, Inc., you should not use any kind of tape sealant on plastic threads (see http://www.lascofittings.com/threads); they say: "The right sealant for threaded joints is non-hardening, compatible with plastic and doesn't add slipperiness... a sealing compound must not lubricate the joint to the point that over-tightening is encouraged." More specifically: "Don't wrap Teflon tape or Teflon paste or pipe dope to add bulk to or to lubricate the joint. Do use a sealant for threaded joints." Though it has PTFE in it, I've found Rectorseal's T Plus 2 to work well for PVC; however, unlike with metal threads, I needed to apply it to both the male and female threads in order to form a leak-free connection with 3/4 inch fittings.
I believe so.
Yes, but I would check for harmful chemicals such as lead since this tape is not usually used for waterlines. Also it would be way overkill!
Worth a try. It's just like white teflon tape but a little thicker and sturdier, less likely to shred. Don't think the yellow color will leach out.
Yes you can. Also can use on gasoline fittings and more.
Probably a typo.