Updating duct work
It’s overkill for smaller indoor tasks, since it’s a heavy-duty tape with a big, thick adhesive, but it can really take a beating outdoors. Duct tape is the essential fill-in-the-cracks patching, sealing and hanging item.
Long story short, a good general use tape should be about 11 milli-inches thick, use a natural rubber-based adhesive, and be made using a co-extrusion process. Duct tape consists of three parts: a polyethylene sheet backing, a cloth grid and an adhesive.
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Currently at my own house, I have duct tape in the following places: holding together the blown-out corner of a Monopoly box, covering the exposed end of an exterior electrical conduit, wrapped around an opened bag of tile grout, covering the crack at the bottom of a plastic storage bin, patching a tarp, concealing a hole in a rusted-out truck bumper, covering the split in the finger of a torn work glove, creating some padding on the handle of a 5-gallon bucket and reinforcing the bottoms of a few reused cardboard boxes.
Duct tape is so useful and versatile that every space mission leaves earth with a good supply of it.