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Scotch 1 in. x 1.66 yds. Extreme Mounting Tape

$7.98 /each

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Scotch Extreme Mounting Tape is weather resistant double sided conformable tape. With this tape, you can attach items up to 30 lbs. to finished surfaces such as metal and concrete. Scotch Extreme Mounting Tape is great for heavy duty hanging projects. Use this mounting tape instead of nails or screws. This tape is available in various lengths.

  • Ideal for: many surfaces including wood, metal, and concrete
  • Very high bond (VHB Tape)
  • All weather tape that is highly conformable
  • Holds up to 30 lbs.
  • Color: black
  • Use instead of nails and screws
  • Great for DIY

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can this tape be used on vinyl flooring?

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Hi JR, I just answered this question for another client, Yes it can be used with care. I have vinyl and I plan to tape it down first then apply a piece of wood over the seam also using the 3M tape. This is going to be in a busy laundry area and I have no second thoughts of it holding well.
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JR, that is exactly what I plan to use my next roll of tape for. I am disabled & in a wheelchair, one of my nurses removed a piece of decorative wood in my laundry area, leaving loose vinyl flooring exposed. She said the nails in the wood would be a problem for me in the future. I beg to differ, I would rather have the wood rather that a separation of vinyl flooring which is what I currently have. When I Read More
JR, that is exactly what I plan to use my next roll of tape for. I am disabled & in a wheelchair, one of my nurses removed a piece of decorative wood in my laundry area, leaving loose vinyl flooring exposed. She said the nails in the wood would be a problem for me in the future. I beg to differ, I would rather have the wood rather that a separation of vinyl flooring which is what I currently have. When I get my new roll of tape, I will first tape down the vinyl, then add the wood trim back into place. Read Less
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May 16, 2016
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Thanks for taking the time to share your question. This is not a recommended use. This tape is considered permanent and we wouldn't expect removal without damage. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to a tech expert directly at 800-494-3552. Thank you!
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May 15, 2016
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This can be used on wood, metal, and concrete.
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Can this be used on outdoor plastic surfaces. Also, weather resistant?

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One of the clips holding my side mirror to it's housing broke. Will this work to permanently mount the back of my side mirror (plastic) to the plastic plate in the mirror housing (also plastic)? Also, is this weather resistant for this type of use? Thanks!
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Hi KP and you have a great question. In my opinion I would use the 3M tape for your problem if the thickness will not be a problem. You are going to glue a plastic clip holding your side mirror to a plastic mirror housing, I see no problem, just be sure to cut the tape to the right size and be very careful with instillation. You will find the tape is very sticky & adheres permanently. You cannot remove Read More
Hi KP and you have a great question. In my opinion I would use the 3M tape for your problem if the thickness will not be a problem. You are going to glue a plastic clip holding your side mirror to a plastic mirror housing, I see no problem, just be sure to cut the tape to the right size and be very careful with instillation. You will find the tape is very sticky & adheres permanently. You cannot remove the tape and reposition it, you must get it right the very first time.
I do not know from first hand experience about the weather resistance, but in your case, think it would hold through all weather. Read Less
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In my opinion, I would definitely use the 3M tape for your project. I bet it is weather resistant but do not know for sure. You could easily check with the 3M company, or look at a larger container of the same item which may have more information.
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January 27, 2016
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Yes, this product is weather resistant and can be used to permanently mount plastic.
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January 18, 2016
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Thanks for your question! This product is weather resistant and is considered permanent and we wouldn’t expect it to be removed without damage. Based on your description, this product sounds like a good fit for your use. If you’d like to further discuss your recommendation, please feel free to call 800-494-3552 to speak with a technical expert. Thank you!
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What does "Holds up to 30 lbs" mean?

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Isn't the weight it can hold dependent on the amount of tape you use? How much tape is required to hold 30 lbs?
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I had a piece of steel that needed to be placed on my door frame. The steel was 30#, I used 6 inch pieces of tape about every 5 inches apart, and the tape held the steel for over one year already. I have no problem with this tape.
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I purchased the 30# tape to attach steel corner pieces to my doorways. I am 77 years young but in a wheelchair, and kept hitting and chipping the door corners, mostly in the kitchen and a hallway. My son is in the business but in VA. and I am in GA. He suggested I install these steel guides 2 protect the corners.
They are shaped something like a V and are very heavy, but I checked & one fit over the Read More
I purchased the 30# tape to attach steel corner pieces to my doorways. I am 77 years young but in a wheelchair, and kept hitting and chipping the door corners, mostly in the kitchen and a hallway. My son is in the business but in VA. and I am in GA. He suggested I install these steel guides 2 protect the corners.
They are shaped something like a V and are very heavy, but I checked & one fit over the corner of the entrance to the kitchen. The steel protective corners are about 5 feet high.
Now all I had 2 do is get it 2 stay. Naturally I had to attach the tape on both insides of the steel guide. I put one unit at a time on my kitchen table to work on the project. The 3M tape is very sticky and quite thick. I used about 6 inches of tape every 4-5 inches, all the way up one side then down the other, placing the tape in different areas on each side. After I had all pieces on and the red protective layer off, all I had left to do is slowly place it where it belonged and push very hard.
I just stood the steel piece up and went over to the corner and placed it
where I wanted it. It held like a dream.
That was nearly a year ago and they are all still very much in place, even though I have hit them with my wheelchair. This is an electric wheelchair weighing over 500#, so there is a lot of weight hitting the steel corners and that great 3M tape is holding. I am online now to order another roll just to keep on hand. Being a widow you can learn to do quite a bit if you just put your mind to it.
When I get the new roll of tape I have a board to attach to concrete in my washer/dryer area. A nurse removed the board saying the nails could eventually injure me. I believe replacing the board with the 3M extreme mounting tape will be much better that tripping over loose linoleum. I just hope they will mail me a roll @ a decent cost. Otherwise I will have to take a special needs bus there just to get the tape. The special needs bus has a ramp that lifts my wheelchair up into the bus, then the driver secures both me & the chair. I pray they will just mail me a roll, but this tape will hold just about anything. Take it from grandma, use 3M extreme mounting tape, it is a great product.
PS: My SON did travel to GA from VA when I needed surgery. He called at 5AM to see if I was up & getting ready. That is when he told me he was in NC and would be there when I woke up, he promised. The trip took him 9 hrs. stopping only for gas, but there he was when I woke up after surgery and I was so thankful 2 see his face. He is such a special young man & I am the proudest Mother. Read Less
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Follow up to 3M expert: The package that contains 11 yards says 30 lbs also -- same as the 60-inch package. It seems to be the same tape. So is it 1/2 lb per inch of tape?
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January 7, 2016
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Thanks for your interest! You're right - the weight limits are based on how much tape is used. For the 30 pound weight limit, you would use the whole roll. If you have further questions, feel free to connect with someone on our tech team directly at 800-494-3552. Thank you!
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Rear spoiler mount on car

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Can this be used to stick a rear plastic spoiler on a car trunk?
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I would first ask yourself if your car and your spoiler are worth very much money. For science this sounds like a break thru in awesome, but if we stop to think about what the job of a spoiler is and the amount of G-force applied to it (depending in the rig n speed) it could be a huge disaster for everyone involved.
If you're worried about fabrication to do a proper install, there are places that Read More
I would first ask yourself if your car and your spoiler are worth very much money. For science this sounds like a break thru in awesome, but if we stop to think about what the job of a spoiler is and the amount of G-force applied to it (depending in the rig n speed) it could be a huge disaster for everyone involved.
If you're worried about fabrication to do a proper install, there are places that will do it cheap. There is also the 90s style epoxy resin and fiberglass way if you're trying to do something semi permanent.
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January 29, 2016
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No, this can not be used to stick a rear plastic spoiler on a car trunk.
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January 21, 2016
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We don't recommend using this tape for your application. Please call our 3M Automotive Aftermarket Division at 1.877.666.2277 M-F 8am-4:30pm CT so we can recommend the right product for the job. Thank you.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not strong I was really hopeful that the mounting tape could hold a very light weight corner shelf but it was constantly falling without anything on it. Now I have paint missing from the walls. I used the tape because there are electrical wire where I wanted the mount. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did Not Work Tape did not work with a mirror that was 11 pounds. June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best tape on the planet I used this tape to mount plastic sheeting on the outside patio, so that washer/dryer were protected from the rain. This has been holding for months even with massive rain and strong wind.. I was so impressed that I bought more to put up Shade Fabric to block direct sun on the patio. This is the absolute best product ever. March 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible I agree with jimmelnh. I wasted alot of time and money with this useless stuff. Used it to put up small light blinds instead of screwing into walls,plastic frames and woodwork. I came home every day to my blinds on the floor. Used command strips I had from hooks cut to size just like jimmelnh suggested and not one fall since. In addition the command strips are much faster to apply, cleaner and thinner to boot. I want scotch to refund me and stop marketing this horrible product. It holds up nothing. Command should make mounting tape instead. June 25, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bring back the old formula! The Extreme Mounting Tape I used to buy was spectacular. But now there's a new UPC/SKU, the packaging is different, the tape is now black instead of light grey and it sticks to nothing! Please bring back the good stuff! This is so disappointing. New: 051141919768 Old: 051141408637 Checked my receipt from a while ago just to be sure! December 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Held up a Costco size wreath When the tape that came with the hook failed, I used four 1/2 inch strips of this stuff and it has held it for over 3-weeks now, and counting. This is an awesome product. December 30, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Save your money This tape claims to be "extreme duty" and hold 20 pounds, but it is absolutely worthless. I used this to put up a six foot long bracket that weighs 5 pounds with this tape running the entire length of it. I took the time to clean both surfaces with alcohol and I pressed hard on it for the full length of the bracket. It stayed on for about ten minutes before it started to pull away from the wall with nothing but the weight of the bracket. When I realized that it was junk I pulled it off both the wall and the bracket with no effort whatsoever. This doesn't work even a fraction as well as the regular double sided tape. I ended up using 3M Command strips and the bracket is still up there, holding a shelf with stuff on it after a month. I couldn't pull it off the wall if I wanted to. May 10, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by tape the item was very expensive for what you got. It didn't hold up a coat hook hanger at all. December 23, 2014
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