A roll of duck tape has been part of my RV repair kit since we started RVing more than ten years ago. It’s hard to beat for many temporary or emergency fixes.
But when you are depending on an emergency fix to get you down the road to the nearest RV repair shop, you don’t want to rely on a cheap bargain bin tape. It really is worth spending a little more for good tape.
With that principle in mind I spent a little more than I usually do to buy a roll of Gorilla Tape.
The Gorilla Glue web site says Gorilla Tape is in a league all its own.
Gorilla Tape is a breakthrough – that’s why Popular Science put it on their “Best of What’s New, 2006” list. Here’s what they said: “Oh what MacGyver could have done with Gorilla Tape in place of his beloved gray stuff.”
Duct tape is made for smooth, even, predictable surfaces. How many of your projects can be described that way? That’s why we invented Gorilla Tape. Made to stick to rough, uneven, unforgiving surfaces like wood, stone, stucco, plaster, brick and more.
- DOUBLE THICK ADHESIVE – fills up the gaps in rough, uneven surfaces for super strong bite.
- STRONG REINFORCED BACKING – the tight weave makes Gorilla Tape extra strong, but you can still rip it straight and easy.
- TOUGH ALL-WEATHER SHELL – for the toughest jobs in the toughest conditions.