Duck Brand 240200 Double-Sided Duct Tape, 1.4-Inch by 12-Yards, Single Roll
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- Aggressive, natural rubber adhesive system
- Durable woven cotton cloth coated on both sides, protected by an easy release polyethylene liner
- High tensile and tear strength
- Great for hanging, seaming, repairing, and temporary mounting applications
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This item: Duck Brand 240200 Double-Sided Duct Tape, 1.4-Inch by 12-Yards, Single Roll
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|Dimensions||1.4 inches x 4.22 inches x 4.22 inches||4.45 inches x 4.45 inches x 1.5 inches||2 inches x 4 inches x 4 inches||1.5 inches x 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.45 pounds||0.02 pounds||0.35 pounds||0.4 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Wrap around legs of bed, as bed bugs can't cross it.
Better than mounting tape; wider and cheaper.
Keep bugs off ceiling by running around top of bedroom wall.
Tape is a medium tan color, not clear, but still looks okay. Extremely sticky, but you can put regular duct tape under it to protect furniture. Could damage painted walls upon removal if not removed very carefully.
Think of the possibilities!
This was something new to me, but what a great idea (and product this is).
I'm (among other things) a graphic artist, painter (art, not walls), crafty, artsy-fartsy, a "homemaker" who (with my ocd) needs things organized and in their place.....what a discovery for me this imaginative and USEFUL product is!
Most recently I lined my kitchen cupboards with a heavy sort of rubbery-type liner material, and it was too wide front to back for my shelves and I did not wish to "cut it" and have that kind of an edge. I discovered this tape, and was able to "pull" the extra material forward and use this tape to hold it across the front of the shelves, and also to stick the remainder of the overlap to the underside of the shelves so that they have a really nice "finished" front edge. I'm amazed and Very Pleased.
Since, I have been finding multi uses all over my place where I either wish to mount something without pins or holes, or even constructing some of my projects, thus avoiding glue or glue-sticks (which I have come to hate, actually). I even reattached a corner of my wallpaper where it had come unstuck near the top and it was a "no-fuss" chore with this great tape!
Another reviewer here warns that this product does not stick.....I cannot imagine what he was doing, or even if this was the product he was using, but I have had no problem at all getting anything to stick to anything. At Christmas time I even mounted things for my grandchildren onto the inside of my "outside" windows, and had no problem with adherence on the cold surface there, either.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this tape. I had a slipcover throw that kept falling down off the back of the furniture and now it it doesn't move even with my grandson climbing on it.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Our rugs used to slip and slide all day every day. I put this tape down (a couple pieces for each rug) and they don't budge. Exactly what I needed, thank you!Published 9 days ago by Jessica T Waggoner
It's extremely pathetic- it cannot hold anything. Tried it on baby proofing rubber/plastic edging, light plastic cup holder and various other light items.. Read morePublished 13 days ago by MC
If you need double sided tape, buy this. It is strong enough to get the job done. I have no idea why someone would say otherwise.Published 17 days ago by Mr. Robot
I bought this to hold screen in place until strips put on,worked like a charm it will hold screen in place by it's self. Very good tapePublished 24 days ago by James Moore