RV Awning Repair Tape sounds like it could be a good solution for the tear in my oztrail gazebo roof...what do you think?1 answer
RV Awning Repair Tape sounds like it could be a good solution for the tear in my oztrail gazebo roof...what do you think?
Sue - Cleveland(3 years ago)
The RV Repair Tape is designed to repair heavy duty awnings, so it should be ok to repair your Gazebo. We do also sell K Tape which is what we'd generally recommend for Gazebo repairs.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Can this tape be applied to wet vinyl?1 answer
Can this tape be applied if the vinyl is wet?
Alice - Coffs Harbour(4 years ago)
I've double-checked and there isn't specific information, however the general rule of thumb with repair tape is to apply it to a clean and dry surface.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Will this hold long term to canvas1 answer
Have an old 80s jayco canvas pop up with a 3inch long tear - will this hold long term to canvas or is it more for vinyls etc
Su - Perth(4 years ago)
I've just double checked the packaging, and this tape can definitely be used on canvas and is designed to resist tearing but doesn't state that it's a long term repair solution. In our reviews section other customers have found it works well on ahering to their awnings, however. Hope that helps, Su!
Emily - Snowys(4 years ago)
Can this be used on tent floors?1 answer
Hi there, We have a few small holes to patch on our Black Wolf tent floor (older version). Can this be used effectively to patch the tent floor holes? Which is more effective - Lifesafe RV Repair, Tear-Aid Tpye A or Tear-Aid B Type B? Which would you recommend out the 3?
Karen - Parramatta(5 years ago)
Thanks for your enquiry. If the holes are quite small, you could probably use the Gear Aid Seam Grip WP Sealer & Adhesive to mend your tent floor. If you think you'll need something to cover a larger area, the Tear-Aid Type A Fabric Repair Tape will do the trick.
Gen - Snowys(5 years ago)
Can this be used on Vinyl Awnings1 answer
The discription does not mention vinyl.
All photos appear to be fabric
Nigel - Chisholm(5 years ago)
I've doubled checked the packaging and whilst they don't specifically say vinyl they list sails, canvas, awnings, rainwear, tents, napsacks, pool covers, canoes and seat covers. If it'll stick to such a wide variety of materials I can't see vinyl being a problem but as I can't test it I can't 100% promise it'd work.