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Shurtape 2in Cloth Duct Tape (PC600)

Shurtape 2in Cloth Duct Tape (PC600)

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Black (2PC600-K) $9.99
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Gray (2PC600-GRY) $9.99
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White (2PC600-W) $9.99
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About: Shurtape 2in Cloth Duct Tape (PC600)

9 mil General purpose cloth duct tape, available in a wide variety of colors, used for packaging, bundling, sealing, seaming, holding, waterproofing, plumbing, carpet, color coding, splicing, and other home and general repairs.

> Industrial
> Construction
> Plumbing

> General purpose
> Color coding
> Packaging
> Sealing, seaming, and splicing
> Holding
> Waterproofing


  Standard Metric ASTM Test Method
Tensile Strength 22  lbs/in width 38.5  N/10 mm D 3759
D 3759M
Adhesion to Stainless Steel 50  oz/in width 5.47  N/10 mm D 3330
D 3330M
Thickness 9  mils 0.23  mm D 3652
D 3652M
Elongation 10  % 10  % D 3759
D 3759M
Service Temperature Min 50  °F 10  °C N/A
Service Temperature Max 200  °F 93  °C N/A is a Canadian authorized Shurtape retailer.

Reviews: Shurtape 2in Cloth Duct Tape (PC600)

Calvin I. - 08/04/2014

-Durable enough for doing covering cables temporarily
-Won't break the pocketbook
-Use a little or a lot (easy to tear without tools, but doesn't tear when applied)
-Removed relatively clean within a reasonable period of time (had some stuck for 6+ months, left a lot of residue, but 2-3 weeks, high traffic area, minimal residue, less then a week, wouldn't worry about it, personal testing, your mileage may vary)

Doesn't stick well to theater curtains, seems to just peel off taking none of the curtain with it. For temporary theater curtain's I recommend using the PC628 cloth gaff, even then it doesn't stay for long.

Basically just duct tape, but slightly easier to use in my opinion. Would buy again. I've only ever used black. Predominantly used to hold down cables or tape stuff to walls.

A personal favourite use is to tape down a cable that crosses a walkway with it, my method: straight across walkway, come out the sweep of the door if it's a doorway, 2 "tac" strips on either side, then the first horizontal strip is about 1/3 the width of the tape, then another on the other un-taped side to make a smooth mountain.

Side Note: 4.5 years of that procedure, not a single person has tripped on it, the ONE time I left it un-taped, someone rolled a piano over the bundle of wires, it got caught, and fell on 2 people breaking one's foot and scraping another shin bone. Always tape down wires across walkways, or over them whenever possible.

Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend