Liquid Electrical Tape Keeps Connections Moisture-Proof and SafeLiquid rubber coating insulates electrical connections and seals out corrosion-causing moisture. Use on control panels, model railroad wiring, lighting circuits, PC boards, around the house and on auto, truck and boat wiring. Keeps terminal screws from vibrating loose. Just brush on and let dry.
Liquid Tape can be used in many applications including electrical connections for boats, trailers, RVs, trucks, automobiles, timers, pool electricals, bilge pumps, sprinkler pumps, instruments, computers, circuit boards, switches, and stop terminal screws from vibrating loose. Kleur. Black.
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Apply this liquid for a skin-tight protective coating that insulates and resists moisture, acids, and corrosion. It adheres to metal, plastic, vinyl, rubber, and composite surfaces. Liquid rubber is moisture and crack resistant. Use it as a seal on plastic tape.
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A closely related product to the MRG305 whipping twine is a liquid vinyl product called "liquid electrical tape". You can buy a 1oz (28g) tube in either red or black but we seriously suggest that you go for the 118ml tin (see TEG614/TEG616). Such are the multitude of uses for this product you will go through the larger size.
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Liquid electrical tape. Weatherproof protectant for wiring and electrical connections. Goes on as liquid and dries to a vinyl polymer. Resists dirt, dust and moisture. Ensures connections stay intact. Brush-top applicator allows coverage without gaps and enables access to tight spaces that roll tape or shrink tubing can't access.
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Jan 02, 2012 · That isn't a good idea - wire nuts have a spiral metal coil inside that assist in making and maintaining a good electrical connection. Electrical tape doesn't do that. I bet you were using either the cheap wire nuts that came with the new fixture, or were using improperly sized wire nuts.