Many people who have used heat-shrink tubing have probably experienced this: you forgot to insert heat-shrink tubing before soldering, and now it's too late!
Indeed, once the soldering is done:
you can't pass thin tube because of the connectors on both ends (example with a Macbook charger connector):
you can only pass a large-diameter tube (because of the large connectors), but then the shrinking factor doesn't allow the heat-shrink tube to "fit" on the wire!
Question: is there something available as a roll like adhesive/electrical tape (so that you can wrap some around the middle of a cable without having to "pass" it around the large connectors on both ends of the cable, see for example this video) that would shrink with heat and be like traditional heat-shrink tubing at the end, i.e. a bit solidified/glued by heat?
TL;DR: is there a mix between heat-shrink tubing and adhesive tape?