Product applications for this product include school bus seat repair; repair and patch of leather and vinyl sofas and seats; Cover concealment; arts and crafts projects; color-coding; etc.
NOTE #1: This tape is used to repair and cover leather seats, but it does NOT look like leather itself.
NOTE #2: Please thoroughly review the 'Please Read' section of the product description below to ensure you test another adhesive product first on your substrate before purchasing this product.
Adhesion: 60 ounces per inch (to stainless steel test panel). Tensile Strength: 48 pounds per inch (longitudinal). Thickness: 11 mils (carrier, adhesive).
Carrier/Backing: vinyl coated cloth. Adhesive: rubber.
JVCC REPAIR-1 Leather & Vinyl Repair Tape is a strong vinyl-coated cloth tape coated with an aggressive adhesive used for leather and vinyl sofa and seat repair. Offered in both 2 nominal (1.88 actual) and for larger tears needing wider tape a 3 nominal (2.83 actual) rolls. Roll lengths are 15 feet (5 yards) so if you don't want to buy a full length gaffers tape roll, which might take you years to use up, this is a great alternative. On the other hand, if you are using the tape to make a patch, this should provide plenty of material so it can be replaced as needed. Can be used for tears, rips, patch or cover concealment, color coding, arts & craft projects and a multitude of other uses and applications. This is the tape we most often sell for school bus seat repair. For the cleanest finish we suggest using a razor blade to cut the tape even though the tape is hand-tearable. Now comes in 10 colors: black, brown, burgundy, dark blue, dark green, gray, olive drab, red, tan and white. JVCC REPAIR-1 has a more matte finish since it is made form vinyl-coated cloth gaffers tape; if you want a tape with a shinier appearance please see JVCC's REPAIR-2HD product which is made from polyethylene-coated cloth duct tape.Please Read
Many seating surfaces have accumulated oils, detergents, polishes, and miscellaneous other surfactants that will prevent pressure sensitive adhesive tapes from forming a bond. Please try testing the surface with any available adhesive tape (masking, duct, etc.) prior to purchasing this product to see if this could possibly work for you. If that other tape does not adhere you can try cleaning the substrate first with a damp cloth and then allowing to dry completely; but if it still does not stick then you might need one of the liquid seat repair products available on the market instead (these type of products would also be less noticeable than a tape repair).Application Tips
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