Rescue Wrap acts like a splint to repair plumbing, tools, patio furniture, sports gear, and more. It’s easy to use. Just wet thoroughly, wrap it tightly around object to be repaired, and let it dry. It’s waterproof, sandable and paintable. Repairs are made in minutes

Rescue Wrap provides an affordable means to prolong the life of nearly any tool or household item.

Features

You’ll find plenty of uses for Rescue Wrap:

  • Extend the life of tools, hoses, equipment and furniture
  • Strengthen items weakened by wear and abuse
  • Make emergency repairs quickly and easily
  • Repair kinked or leaking garden hoses
  • Fix leaking faucets and pipes
  • Strengthen weak shovel and tool handles
  • Rescue worn sports equipment
  • Fix a fence or furniture
  • Reinforce inspection camera push-rod

Rescue Wrap acts like a splint and protective layer. The fiberglass tape sets like steel and is easy to apply – just add water.

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Rescue Wrap - Complete and ready to Operate

Item # Catalog # Description Weight  
RWP-12

Standard Pack: 12

2.3 lbs

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