Duct tape is one of the most useful additions to a survival stockpile that can be made. Super versatile in many applications – I know of nothing else that can replace it. I have several rolls of duct tape – but have found a different type that I will be stockpiling – Gorilla Tape.
I own a 1991 Ford Ranger P.O.S. that gets me back and forth to work with decent gas mileage. Problem? My oldest son “accidentally” shattered the drivers side window last year. I got by with a piece of plexiglass, some plastic sheeting, and duct tape. Honestly – I had to re-tape and re-tape all winter long.
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Enter: Gorilla Tape.
This past weekend I picked up a roll of Gorilla Tape. I cut a new piece of Plexiglass, put up some new plastic, and secured it all in place with Gorilla Tape. This stuff is awesome. Extra thick and super sticky. I can tell this stuff is going to hold together much better than previous efforts.
I am not discounting regular duct tape – if you can find good stuff. The past few brands I have tried – including some popular names – failed miserably. This Gorilla Tape is high quality.
So – the Assignment of the Week: Get a roll – heck with that get 12!
Take care all –