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Shurtape launches Duck Wrap-Fix

Published: 25 March 2020 - Neil Mead
 

Shurtape has announced its latest addition to the adhesives market with the launch of Duck Wrap-Fix. A self-fusing silicone repair tape, the product was developed by the leading adhesive tape manufacturer in response to the need for long-lasting hold and protection across a range of surfaces and environments.

To use the product, the user simply wraps it around pipes, insulation, hoses or tools. The tape is designed to mould around the surface area, creating a watertight seal, without the need for additional adhesives. This provides a durable solution until the issue is resolved or replaced permanently.

With a tensile strength of 700 PSI, Duck Wrap-Fix is UV, chemical and weather resistant and is available now. Shurtape will be supporting the launch with a proactive marketing campaign including a range of channels targeting the professional builder and end user.

www.shurtape.co.uk

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