Tape End Plug

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  • Sherry - Oct 7th 2020

    Tape Drip System

    Received quickly and love the product. Super easy to install!!

  • Linda - Aug 23rd 2020

    tape end plug

    I did get it to work after reading the online instructions. Make sure the tape is warm and use a pliers to get it tight enough to hold. Seems to be doing fine now.

  • Jim - Jul 18th 2020

    Tape End Plug

    Word great!

  • Richard W. - Jul 18th 2020

    Some Work...Some Don't

    I have 4 or 5 of these but it seems like half of them leak. I have had better luck using a ½" Figure 8. I have my pressure regulated to 10 PSI.

  • Duane - May 16th 2020

    Tape End Plug

    Easy to use/re-use. Great product. Will continue to use drip tape and all that go with it.

  • John - Apr 24th 2020

    Tape End Plugs

    DripWorks products such as the tape end plugs are exceptional quality - they work great and are easy to install. DripWorks Customer Service is also great! I ordered and received my products very quickly - even in these difficult times we all face.

  • Michelle - Aug 24th 2019

    End plug

    They mostly hold on tight but they all mostly leak some pop off at times

  • Jayna - Jul 14th 2019

    All your products

    Everything we've purchased works great.

  • Maureen - Jun 11th 2019

    Great piece

    Easy to install. Every one should have fancy end plugs.

  • Jeffrey - Apr 12th 2019

    Recent orders

    I placed an order online after hours. I later realized I needed to add to the order and wanted to avoid additional shipping costs. I called the next morning and they went out of their way to make sure to complete my order and I was 100% satisfied.


If you are looking to add a neat, clean and professional look to your drip irrigation system, the Drip Tape End Plug from DripWorks provides a simple, quick way to seal the end of drip tape. These plugs are easy to use. Properly installed, they will provide a leak-free seal for your drip tape. They also create an anchor spot for staking down drip tapes to keep them properly in place.

To create a tight seal, be sure tape is warm and pliable before attaching the 5/8" start fittings (LSB/LSBSO) and end fittings (LSGS/LSPLUG). If leakage continues to occur, a 1/4 turn with pliers should suffice.

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