A relative has a heating oil tank that's just had 1000lts put in, but has noticed a sight drip from the main valve.
It needs replacing, but this is very much the wrong time, so needs to be patched.
Trouble is not a lot want to stick to kerosene even when it's wiped clean. Self amalgamating tape did a good
job for a week, but that was optimistic seeing as rubber and kerosene are not a great mix.
Seen similar that is dunked in water wraps around like cloth and goes hard in 20 mins, that might work. .
All this will be replaced along with a new fuel line in the Summer, but for now any heating engineers got any ideas
of what can be used?