Tape your PIPE SEAMS instead of Caulking
FOIL TAPE can be later cut to move pipes
USE for any STOVE, INSERT, FURNACE, BOILER
Use this ALUMINUM FOIL TAPE to temperarily tape (seal) the crucial flue exhast joints that lie inside the house. No need to tape joints outside the house but you may elect to do that also. You can also tape the HOT or COLD AIR Ducts. CAUTION: Once you tape your joints, then it is fixed and you will not be able to adjust your stove position or adjust your pipe position. Most people tape (or hi-temp caulk) the flue-exhaust ADAPTOR TAKE-OFF when it is installed on the rear of the stove pipe stub. They then place the stove in position, hookup the flue exhaust piping, and run it on a test to make sure the positioning is correct everywhere. After they are sure their stove and pipes are in the correct position, then they go back and foil-tape (seal) the seams or joints with Aluminum Foil Tape. Note even though our Ebay Store sells 100% Silicon Rubber Hi-temp Caulk, we don't recommend using Hi-temp silicon caulk because it is permanent and difficult to removeColor=red> ... The foil tape sold in this listing is 10 feet long and will withstand flue-exhaust pipe temperatures. Check out our other Corn Stove items listed in our Ebay Store.
NOTE: Use foil tape instead of hi-temp caulk. If you only apply foil tape to the outside seams in the pipe joints, you can later go back and cut the tape seam with a cutting knife so you can easily move the pipe. Foil tape is better than Hi-Temp Caulk because it is not permanent and can be cut and/or be pealed off.
Customer may have it shipped by either by USPS, UPS, or Fedex weight of item aprox 1/4 lb with the package included is 1 lbs.
Aluminum in color, Weight 4 Oz., 2 inches wide, 10 feet long.
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