Hold it down. Patch it up. Handle anything.
Behold the super power of our ultra-versatile, do-it-all Aluminum Foil Repair Tape. No more pesky glues, industrial-grade cements, or anything messy. Discover one easy at-home product to handle cracks, leaks, and also help stick anything together whether for home renovations, school projects, or urgent repairs.
Sturdy and reliable
Tape it down (or seal it shut)
Patch things up
Got unsightly road cracks and pits?
Tape it all up.
Stick anything together for a rock-solid hold, from piping to panels and wood.
Keep out moisture, water, and air by using our tape as a sealant.
It’s easy to use
Four steps to solid adhesiveness
Remove any surface dirt or dust at desired site of application.
Measure and cut the tape and align it to your targeted spot.
Carefully remove the protective film from the piece of tape.
Carefully apply the tape, using even pressure to ensure no air pockets or unevenness.
A one-hit wonder for anything:
Built to exceed expectations
Made of high-performing butyl rubber and aluminum foil, this Aluminum Foil Repair Tape is the most sturdy item of its kind that you’ll ever meet (or need). Discover a permanent fix for airtight sealing of broken windows, leaking boat sealing, patching of rubber roofs — and so much more.
Tough but flexible for every need
Our XL Aluminum Foil Repair Tape measures 7.9 x 197 inches. Weather-resistant and able to withstand temperatures of 40°C to 120°C (104°F to 248°F). Resistant to UV rays (no peeling or flaking here).
Easy to use – just peel off the film layer and seal the butyl tape anywhere you need it.
I took a while to write this because I’ve always felt something Must be based on its merit, especially in business. That’s how true success is built, so I needed time to accomplish this. Now, I used the tape to seal the border of an 4ft. X 4ft. Square of wire window screen, to avoid its ability to snag, tear, scratch and especially poke you to the point of bleeding. I made the border for my screen about 1 week ago and I have found it to be Exactly as it was from the start. Usually, if tape isn’t that good, you will put it on something and a short time later, hours or just a few days, on you need to run your fingers back and forth, across the tape, to get it to seal well again. Well folks, I made sure, when I’d first applied it, that it had been sealed well to start with and a week later, I have checked it out and find it to be perfectly sealed as day one. You will find it to be Very sticky and tough. You actually need to be careful in handling it due to how well it sticks. That’s a welcome symptom to me. I haven’t used other aluminum tape products enough to compare, but I’ve used vast amounts of tape products in life from being involved in all aspects of construction and I’m known as a “jack of all trades”. So, simply based on how frustrated I’ve been after using junk tape, I have been extremely happy with this product. Also, the picture doesn’t seem to do it justice for its shine, so for those which want it to look good too, I find that it looks good but it actually polished up even more, to look quite nice. I like to see small companies, with a good product, to succeed and thrive. With the customer service they seem to have, I believe they’ll do great!
I purchased this foil tape a little while ago but just got around to using it today. I did a flexible duct for an AC floor unit to a window. I took it down last Winter and am putting it back up now that Spring is here. This foil tape worked perfectly for my needs. An easy way to peel the foil from the paper backing is to bend a small corner back and forth and the paper will slightly separate from the foil at the edge of the fold line to make it easier to get started. Also, when applying to an angle (such as where the duct meets the window), I found it easier to fold the tape to the approximate angle before removing the backing. That probably seems obvious to some but it wasn't to me!
I finally got around to using this tape today and it worked real well to seal the duct connections and the few leaks I found. It's a bit tricky to separate the backing, but I saw a tip form another reviewer who used masking tape on each side to put it apart. I'll try that next time. It will stick to itself easily so you need to keep the backing on an peel it off as you go. Only cut off what you need to use in at one time and even apply it in small strips if there is not a lot of room to navigate. Once you do a few it gets easier. I was surprise how well it sealed around screw heads and other imperfections. Very flexible for metal tape. I plan to do all the connection points so I will get getting more. Good value.