Dad’s uses for duct tape

Check out the uses for duct tape this dad has in this Bluefish TV video, “Dad’s Duct Tape (Father’s Day).

Basically it is said it will fix anything. It seems to be the cure all type of tape out there.

I was on YouTube and saw this from bluefishTV Film & I had to share it. I was just saw it earlier because this would have been a good one for Father’s Day.

Check it out. It’s rather funny. Just watch it and find out for yourself!

See the video below!

A Dad uses duct tape for …

  • Diaper Tape? LOL
  • A Mute Button for kids
  • Belt for his son
  • Remove back hair
  • Tape 3 poles together
  • A Corral for the kids

Click here to view the video.

About:

Duct tape or duck tape is cloth- or scrim-backed pressure-sensitive tape – often coated with polyethylene. There are a variety of constructions using different backings and adhesives. One variation is gaffer tape – designed to be cleanly removed, unlike standard duct tape. Another variation is heat-resistant duct tape useful for sealing heating, ventilation and air-conditioning ducts, produced because standard duct tape fails quickly when used on heating ducts. Duct tape is generally gray or black but also available in other colors.1

Some people call it “Duck Tape” Quack! Quack! Because Duct sounds like Duck. But, it actually is duct, since like mentioned above it’s primary function was for duct work.

As mentioned above in the about, it is available in other colors. Today it is available in tons of colors, patterns and designs.

Other Uses Duct Tape:

  • Make Clothes (Pants, Shirts, Hats, Etc.)
  • Make Wallets
  • Make Phone Cases
  • Make Purses
  • Used In Many Crafts
  • Make Flowers
  • Make Book Bag
  • Make Belt

So dads you can get creative!

I want to hear from you dads, what have you used duct tape for when dealing with the family? Your comments are welcome, just share them below. I just may update this blog post with your idea or use.

#DuctTape First published July 24, 2014. Last Republished or updated June 12, 2019.
1. WikiPedia

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

One Comment

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.