There is an old saying that you only need two things in your toolbox, duct tape and WD-40. If it doesn’t move and it should use WD-40. If it moves and shouldn’t, use duct tape. I am not going to give the History of Duct Tape but it has been used for over 100 years and is used almost everywhere. Duct tape is used in almost any application from ductwork to spaceflight and everything in between. In fact, duct tape was used on the Apolo 13 mission to help fix the carbon dioxide filters. But enough about that, let’s talk about the DeWALT Duct Tape.
DeWALT Duct Tape Features
The DeWALT Duct Tape is a woven heavy-duty cloth duct tape. The 17 mil is thick which helps make it extra strong for demanding applications.
The tape features a water-resistant backing and provides a broad temperature range for durability and long-term performance.
DeWALT Duct Tape uses an ultra-strong thick adhesive making it great for both smooth and rough surfaces including wood, metal, and more.
One cool feature is the side of the tape has small grooves which makes it extremely easy to tear so you don’t need scissors.
DeWALT Duct Tape Wrap Up
I used to think duct tape was all the same. However, after my house project where I used duct tape on so many different projects, I realized there is a difference. DeWALT Duct Tape is one of the best tapes I have used. First, it peels nicely off the roll. Second, it’s extremely easy to tear so I never feel like I am fighting to remove the tape. Third, I like how thick the tape is and lastly, the holding power is awesome and reliable. But if I want to remove it, it’s not a pain to remove it from my object.
Check out this short video on one of the things we did with the DeWALT Duct Tape.