|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.3 x 0.3 x 0.2 inches|
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|Item model number||03458C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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3M Reflective Tape, Red, 1-Inch by 36-Inch
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What I do is turn the id tag around so the blank side (covered with reflective tape) shows. The red tape is the best choice since it is visible day or night, even when the collar is hidden by fur. Invaluable in case your cat ever gets lost! Even from a distance, people can see in an instant that it is a lost housecat, not a feral cat.
Use the reflective tag with a Premier Glo Kitty Collar, Deep Purple or Lazer Brite Collar Color: Red for maximum saftey/visibility.
This is not a very reflective tape.
Poor Quality for a 3M product!
Get something else.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Put some on my bike and bike helmet. Stays on, does its job at night. Just wish it wasn't quite so pricey for what it is, though.Published 2 months ago by Eduardo Neecha
Product is less than advertised 36" - more like 34". Package was open when received. Don't know if short is from manufacturer or other.Published 3 months ago by Paratus
Bought this for a reflective costume.
It's really red, but doesn't seem to reflect at all (dark room, bright flashlight close up and 10' away with no noticeable... Read more
Used this on my mailbox and luckily it wasn't hit by the snow plow this last winter so it served it's purpose.Published 7 months ago by DKK
Very effective! I placed a few small strips on the side of the roof rack on my ubiquitous SUV. Now I can identify my car from among the forest of roof racks in the mall lot.Published 8 months ago by J. Viola
Works great and will buy more when I run out. It's not that noticeable on reflective part in bright sunlight but in low light it does show up.Published 9 months ago by Christopher m. Condon jr.