On Thursday, June 12, 2014 9:49:32 PM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
I've used it for some very selective low voltage repairs.
Never on AC. I doubt it would pass code for use on AC.
Tape is allowed, but I've never seen anything with regard
to the liquid stuff. One obvious problem is how do you
know how thick and uniform it is?
IDK how fast it dries out in the can. I've bought it for
a particular use and probably didn't get back to it again
for a year+. By then it was dried out.
I find it to be somewhat messy to work with.
I used it to repair the plastic grip on an old pair of pliers. The
pliers' handle had poked a hole in the end of the soft grip. It seems
to be holding up, but I did have to redo the repair once.
I am still on my first can and do not use it very often. After 3 or 4
years, I think it is getting a bit thick. I do my best not to leave the
lid off for long, and make sure it is tight when I close it.
I like Gfretwell's suggestion to use heat shrink over it. That seems
redundant, but would make a weather tight seal that has good mechanical
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