|Clear / transparent plastic tape with adhesive backing for application to wing and tail leading edges for protection against nicks caused by stones and gravel. 100 Ft. Rolls. Available in 2", 3", 4", or 6" widths.|
Great product and the freight to Australia was very prompt.
I am using this product on my Airstream travel trailer. It is a protective layer beneath the awnings when in the awnings are in the stored position to protect the trailers aluminum skin. The product works well for this purpose, even though it is several mils thinner than the original product. (this is ~6 mils vs: ~14 mils original) The tape is not perfectly clear, but has a slight yellow/gold color while in the roll, but is almost (99%+) clear when installed. Ive just received the tape a few days ago so I do not know about its UV resistance or longevity.
Works for its as it should
it looks good, we will see how long it lasts
Stretches easily coming off roll. Difficult to get onto aircraft straight. Seems to stick well and does protect once on.
LEADING EDGE TAPE 2" CLR 100
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This tape is 6 mils thick.
This is just a peel and stick leading edge tape. No instructions available. The surface must be clean and free of any debri before installation.
Per the vendor, all tapes will eventually turn yellow over time it just depends on how much sun it is exposed to.
We do not have any experience in this use for this product. We sell this for aircraft application.
Yes it should be able to be used in that application.