First invented in the 1920s, Duct Tape was developed further during World War II by a division of the Johnson & Johnson company. Duct Tape is a strong adhesive tape with a cloth- or scrim-back, often coated with polyethylene. While soldiers were the first to use the product, Duct Tape was quickly adopted in other areas, to make shoes shoes stronger, for wrapping steel cables or electrical conductors, and to wrap duct-work on furnaces.
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