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Web-tex High Strength Fabric Olive Green Tape - 10m
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- A Super Strong Adhesive Fabric Tape
- Helps To Protect Equipment & Improves Grip on Guns etc
- Great for Running Repairs and Taping Webbing Straps
- Will Cover any Shape or Contour & Offers Insulation Against Cold Surfaces
- Size: 50mm Width x 10m Length / Colour: Olive Green
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Total load of rubbish. Yes it is a fabric tape, but hardly any stickiness to it. Started to peel of within ten minutes of using it.Published 3 months ago by Carl P Pietrzak
Bought this for someone else so can't say how it works in practise. However, it certainly looks the part and I've had no adverse feedbackPublished 10 months ago by MikeTango
Arrived on time, web text tape is strong and very adisive!. I carry a roll on me it's the easiest way to quick fix a bag or strap, or reinforce a weak one.Published 16 months ago by Simon whitehead