2" x 50" Repair Wrap 2 Pack Case of 18

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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Wide Repair Tape

7/26/2018 by Trisha

This works well for larger tools like rakes and shovels.


It’s like gorilla tape!

5/23/2018 by Heather

I used this to repair a shovel, a fly-fishing rod and patch a car top carrier. Worked brilliantly in all instances!


Good product

12/28/2017 by Linda

works well!


Can't get enough!

3/27/2017 by Kirst

I love the 2" Repair Wrap. I have found so many uses for it, and I love how well it works. It really does harden like steel.


Fiber fix rules!

9/20/2016 by Maryjane

Followed the instructions and repaired my (brand new


Nice to have decent repair kit!

12/27/2015 by Glenda

Have used the tape twice, and since it works so well, the routine of preparation is worth it. Had no problem with the application. Used it on a broken ax and it worked GREAT even with such pressure and impact.



12/26/2015 by Cathy

We haven't used it yet, but my husband looked at it and pulled on it and was excited to get the tape. He will definitely find a use for it, as he is a fix it man.


It works great

12/18/2015 by Mary

My husband loves it



12/4/2015 by Carol

It's good



11/3/2015 by Nancy

This stuff is amazing. and the price is very fair for what you get!!

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The FiberFix Story

Tape you can fix a car engine with.

Strong Like Steel

Chances are, you have recently used duct tape or something similar for a DIY repair. But if you wish you’d had something 100 times stronger for a permanent fix, keep reading.

FiberFix is a fiberglass-based, resin-infused tape for heavy-duty repairs. Broken step on a ladder? Busted bike frame? Engine hose? Just dip FiberFix tape in water and wrap it around your repair. It sets in about 10 minutes, and it holds like steel. (For flat surface repairs, check out their patches that harden with sunlight or a UV flashlight.)

Here’s how strong this tape is: it’s waterproof, and it resists impacts and
temperature changes. Each kit comes with gloves (use them to keep the adhesive off your hands, trust us) and sandpaper because FiberFix can be sanded and painted once it’s set.

One FiberFix package is good for a single use. Unopened packages are easy to store and keep handy but, once opened, even the air’s moisture will start hardening the adhesive. Save your FiberFix until the moment you need it. You’ll be glad you have it once you do.
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