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Scotch Aluminum Foil Tape

Moisture, Can Be Used In Most Weather Conditions And At A Wide Variety Of Temperatures, Water Vapor And Smoke Transmission, Some Chemicals, Uv Degradation, Weather, Thermal Conductivity Helps Cooling And Heating Efficiency, Resists Flame, Improving

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What We Like

  • Ideal for temporary and emergency repair of metal surfaces
  • Conformable backing allows adhesion to a variety of substrates
  • Thermal conductivity helps cooling and heating efficiently

Disadvantages

  • Brown paper may stick to the tape

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 5,075 reviews for 16 products in the Adhesive Transfer Tape category.

We then analyzed 6 reviews for this product. Of these, 4 reviews were recent.

Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 17% were negative.

Final Score:

8.65 out of 10, based on these 4 factors:

  • Overall satisfaction
  • Quality of material
  • Size
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Scotch Aluminum Foil Tape


    It was easy to attach the dryer vent to the housing.


    It works great for covering my motor with a piece of plastic and also for places where air was leaking from the duct work.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is it possible to seal attic solar tubes with this and it will stick with high heat?

    A:

    I have used this tape to seal off HVAC duct work, A/C evaporator furnace boxes, vent sealing, as well as HVAC system seal to prevent bugs, dust, dirt, etc., as well as hot and cold air leaks.

    Q:

    Will both sides be able to conduct electrical activity through the tape?

    A:

    I used it for solar pipes, non flammable and very sticks.

    Q:

    Is it waterproof?

    A:

    I wouldn't want it to waterproof, it's aluminum adhesive tape, so it you got it just right, I suppose it could be water repellant, but I wouldn't take it too far under water and expect it to hold up for a long time.

    Q:

    Will this tape stick to glass and plastic in a fridge?

    A:

    Yes. It sticks well on the glass, but if the surfaces are well cleaned, you will be left with sticky residue, on the glass especially.

    Q:

    Can this be used as a insulator for the plastic tubing on the above ground propane tank which is used for heating propane stove in the house?

    A:

    I would use black armaflex pipe insulation, but that is a bit expensive, for you I would just get foam insulation for pipes, 1/2 inch thickness at Lowes or Home Depot, and this should do the job.

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