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Regular vs extreme tufo tape : Dangerous/silly ?

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Regular vs extreme tufo tape : Dangerous/silly ?

I am about to mount my first tubulars using regular tufo tape. I just read that the regular one is not recommended above >23C. I did not pay attention when I purchased the tape online ;-((.

Summer can be pretty hot in NYC, so I am wondering if it really a bad idea or it should be fine (even if not recommended) ?

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