THE ULTIMATE WATERPROOF ADHESIVE REPAIR TAPE
Navy Seal is the repair tape that leaves all other adhesive tapes high and dry. Navy Seal is the ultimate repair tape that even works UNDER WATER! With a triple-strength adhesive layer that welds itself instantly to any solid surface, on a rubberised, super-strong flexible backing, you can rely on Navy Seal to instantly give you a secure repair regardless of how wet or damaged the hole may be. Navy Seal is so remarkable that it can even be used UNDER WATER and still gives you a reliable, waterproof, airtight seal.
GREAT FOR WET REPAIRS IN BOATS, BUCKETS AND PIPES
There are so many instances where you have a leak, or a crack in a water barrier and normal repair tape just won't work, the water removes the adhesive and the tape just falls off! Navy Seal will stick even as the water is gushing out, and never let you down! Use Navy Seal on roof leaks, gutters, down spouts, boats, outdoor equipment, mobile homes, plumbing pipes, paddling pools, and anywhere that you need a watertight seal, instantly.
STICKS TO ANY SOLID SURFACE
Navy Seal isn't just for wet repairs, you can fix holes and cracks in windows, doors, walls, vents and air ducts because Navy Seal sticks to any solid surface, use it on PVC, acrylic, metal, wood, ceramic tile, glass, rubber, fiberglass, plaster, stone, cement, vinyl and so much more!
THE TAPE THAT FIXES WHERE NO TAPE HAS FIXED BEFORE!
Navy Seal is specially formulated with a thick, flexible, rubberised backing that conforms to any shape or object. Combined with that incredible strength and waterproof application, Navy Seal is the ultimate tape that will let you make the kind of instant tape repairs you could only dream of before!
Hot or cold, wet or dry Navy Seal gets the job done-instantly!
Made In CHINA
Dimensions Box: 9.6x9.6x12.5cm
Heat Tolerance: Suitable for up to 50°C
Materials: Synthetic Resin, PVC, PET
Weight: 240g / Net: 200g
Extras: Not suitable for painting.
1. CUT. Leave backing on tape and cut to desired dimension. Make sure to use a high quality utility knife with disposable blades or a razor blade when cutting.
2. PEEL. Remove the backing from the tape.
3. STICK. Apply tape to a clean surface and press down firmly.
4. SEAL. Using your fingers, plastic squeegee or roller, press down firmly and remove any air pockets.
*Navy Seal is a temporary, emergency repair and is not meant to be a permanent fix.
**Navy Seal may not bond to all hoses.
1. For maximum adhesion on porous surfaces, using a standard blow dryer will help the adhesives bond with the surface.
2. Navy Seal’s bond will increase with time and pressure. Continued firm pressure will help increase adhesion.
3. Once fully bonded, Navy Seal cannot be repositioned.
4. Navy Seal adhesives may resist bonding to some plasticized or waterproof materials, siliconized, greasy, oily, dirty, or porous surfaces.
5. Certain fabrics such as canvas, nylon, polyester, synthetics and some other materials may need up to 24 hours to reach maximum hold.
6. Do not kink the tape when applying to surface and avoid overlapping the tape as this can create a leak.
7. Apply the tape on flat or curved surfaces. Hard edges or fixing over joints should be avoided.
What temperature should I apply it?
Navy Seal can be applied in a range of temperatures of up to 50˚C.
Can I paint over it?
Most paints will not adhere to Navy Seal.
Can I use it on my radiator hose?
No. We do not recommend using Navy Seal on radiator hoses.
Can I use it on a tank used to hold gas or oil?
No. We do not recommend using Navy Seal on a gas or oil tank.
Can I use it to repair a car or bicycle tire?
No. We do not recommend using Navy Seal to repair tires due to the extreme pressure.
Can I use it on a container that holds water for drinking?
It has not been tested on potable drinking water.
What is the maximum pressure it can withstand?
The maximum pressure Navy Seal can withstand will vary based on the substrate and the conditions under which it is applied. It’s always best to test a small area first.
If I’m using it to patch an above ground pool, is it best to apply it to the inside or the outside of the pool?
Both! Navy Seal forms a super strong bond with itself, so if you’re patching a pool it’s best to first apply Navy Seal to the interior side of the pool wall and then place a second piece of Navy Seal to the exterior. Remember to cut your Navy Seal larger than the area of the leak. You do not need to drain the pool prior to applying it. Navy Seal is a temporary, emergency repair and is not meant to be a permanent fix.
Can I use it to repair an air mattress or inflatable?
Navy Seal can be used as a temporary, emergency repair to an air mattress or inflatable. However, it may not bond with all materials. Always test before use.
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