We use duck tape for a wide variety of projects, but I have found that I only like to use this particular duck tape on certain types of projects. It is pretty strong, so I have found that I can rely on it for projects that require that strength. For instance, I recently needed to pull a wire through from one electrical box to another. I had a wire I was pulling out, so I taped the end of the new wire to the end of the old wire. Even though the wire needed to be pulled through small holes in the box that were not much bigger than the taped wires, the tape still held well enough pulling it through the holes. But on the downside, this tape can leave a sticky residue behind on some materials. For pulling wire, it didn't matter because I trimmed the end off the wire anyway. It also doesn't matter if I am permanently taping something to hold it together or seal a break. But it is irritating if I am temporarily taping something and then want to take the tape off.