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Fasade

Model B49-00

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Double Sided Tile Decorative Wall Tile Adhesive Tape

$10.97 /each
  • 1 roll contains 40 feet
  • Easy adhesion
  • Cuts with scissors or utility knife

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Product Overview

Use this Fasade Double Sided Tile Backsplash Adhesive Tape to quickly and easily install thermoplastic backsplash panels to imbue a room with a stylish look.

  • No special tools required - cuts with scissors or utility knife
  • Double-sided design offers easy adhesion
  • 1 roll contains 40 ft. of double sided adhesive and each roll covers approximately 4 panels
  • High-bond double-sided tape is engineered to aggressively adhere to the substrate
  • For use in residential backsplash panel installations
  • ACP has been an industry leader for 20 years and prides itself on its products

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How much weight can the tape hold? I am looking to adhere thin stainlees steel panels with this tape, will this hold?

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September 9, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. The adhesive tape is used for our Fasade tiles, 18''x24'' which are about one pound for each panel. Depending on what type your tiles are and the weight would help consider if they would work well with our tape or not. Please feel free to contact us at 800.434.3750 and we can assist you. Thank you and have a great day!
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February 1, 2015
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You can use it to hold in place veritcally but not on ceilings. Use Liquid Nails as the main adhesive.
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January 30, 2015
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Thin stainless panels, depending on their size, should work well with this tape. I would suggest thoroughly cleaning the stainless metal prior to application of the tape, A final cleaning, prior to tape installation, with IPA would be a good idea. In regards to the tape sticking to the other surface, that will depend on what that material is. The same cleaning applies to that surface as well.
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This tape is pretty strong and I believe it will hold your thin tiles. Put the tape on all 4 sides and some in the middle to even out the weight and press hard to the wall.
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If I use the facade double sided tape for vinyl tiles in my rental, does it remove easily with no residue, as stated in a YouTube video?

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Aromas, CA
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November 20, 2014
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It does not remove easily. It is quite "tacky". It came loose from my varnished wood surface (when I wanted it to stick) but it was VERY "tacky" to the back of the 'plastic' facade I was sticking to the wall. I guess it depends partly on the material/surface.
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February 26, 2014
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yes it comes off cleanly.
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August 27, 2013
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Yes, although in heated areas (such as above a cooktop)
It is more difficult and you may gouge and then
Repair the wall with spackling and paint afterwards
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August 26, 2013
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Hello! Thank you for your question! To apply the adhesive tape, start by applying three horizontal strips of tape the length of the wall on the top, middle and bottom of the wall where each panel will be installed. Note: Carefully locate each panel location prior to installation, as the adhesive tape is very aggressive. The tape adhesive is meant to be a permanent application so once it cures, it is not Read More
Hello! Thank you for your question! To apply the adhesive tape, start by applying three horizontal strips of tape the length of the wall on the top, middle and bottom of the wall where each panel will be installed. Note: Carefully locate each panel location prior to installation, as the adhesive tape is very aggressive. The tape adhesive is meant to be a permanent application so once it cures, it is not meant to be removed. Once removed, it may damage the wall behind the panel.
An alternative method is to apply the double-sided tape to the backsplash first, then press into place on the wall. Use three strips of tape with this method too. Squeeze out air bubbles by pressing all the applied strips firmly onto the wall (use adhesive roll to squeeze out all air bubbles). Remove protective covering from the top layer of strips to expose the sticky adhesive surface. Install your first decorative panel by pressing firmly into place when alignment is correct. Bond overlap areas by adding a few 1″ x 1″ squares to the overlap area of each panel to get the seams to bond tightly. Make sure all protective film (if any) on the face of the panel is removed prior to adding adhesive squares. Finish installation by continuing to add panels in this fashion until complete. Please feel free to contact customer care for installation troubleshooting (800.434.3750). Read Less
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how many inches of backlash adhesive tape comes on each roll?

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40 feet
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72inches
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1 roll is 40 feet long and 1 1/2 inches wide.
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October 8, 2012
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Hello my house! Thank you for your question. The tape adhesive is 40' long (480" in length) x 1.5" wide. Each roll covers approximately 4 panels. Please feel free to contact customer care for installation troubleshooting (800.434.3750).
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Can this tape be used behind SS splash panels around a unit range or oven?

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September 9, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question. You can use the adhesive tape with our Fasade tiles. If you are planning to use around a range then you will want to follow the installation guide. The panels need to be 3-4 inches away from the heat source and they cannot exceed over 140 degrees. The wall will also need to be prepped according to the installation guide that is offered. If you have any further Read More
Hello and thank you for your question. You can use the adhesive tape with our Fasade tiles. If you are planning to use around a range then you will want to follow the installation guide. The panels need to be 3-4 inches away from the heat source and they cannot exceed over 140 degrees. The wall will also need to be prepped according to the installation guide that is offered. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me at 800.434.3750 and we can assist you. Thank you and have a great day! Read Less
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It can be, but I don't recommend it. This tape doesn't take too kindly to any imperfections. I washed the walls down with soap and water, and followed with alcohol, the tape still worked loose after a couple of days. I ended up using adhesive to fix the tiles to the wall better.
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I think this would depend on a few factors such as the size & thickness of the stainless panels, the wall material that the tape would stick to & the temperature of the surface when exposed to the oven/range. I would estimate that the tape may soften if the SS splash panels see too much heat.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing We purchased this tape because it was recommended for installing Fasade PVC backsplash. We scrupulously followed instructions (cleaning the kitchen wall and backsplash) and used the recommended amount (more in some places.) Within a few days the tape had released from the painted wall, although it was quite firmly affixed to the backsplash. The backsplash was supported on the bottom, so there was very little weight pressure on the tape; still, it would not stick to the painted wall. We resorted to construction adhesive and it worked fine. So, I do not recommend this tape for this purpose, although it may work very well for other projects. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handy Product We used the double sided tile decorative wall tile adhesive tape to install backsplash in our kitchen. The double sided tape is nice in that you don't have to mess with liquid adhesive and risk getting it on your cabinets or counter tops. I found the biggest problem working with the two sided tape is getting the backing off when starting a run. Once started the backing removes easily and holds very firmly. Between using the decorative wall tile which is easily cut to size and the two sided tape I was able to complete the backsplash in my kitchen in a Sunday afternoon March 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Will not hold the tile on the wall Don't buy it, less than two days it fell off the wall June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tape lover Very satisfied work good and quality awesome. Love it July 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good at all. Did not work for me .I used it in my kitchen on a plastic tile on wall, one day day later it was coming off. First I thought it was from the heat of the oven. Then I checked the other tiles all were pulling away. Used another kind of tape that is made for outdoors super sticky did get it from the HD. March 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't use it I found the backsplash adhesive much easier to use than the tape. The seams weren't near as smooth with tape. I wouldn't recommend using the tape for the plastic backsplash. I hung 2 pieces with the tape and was very disappointed. I returned the second roll I had purchased. I used the adhesive on the rest of the project with much better results. June 25, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Alternative Method First let me say, I have not used this product, but apparently a lot of people are unsatisfied. I have a suggestion that worked great for me; use super glue! Yes; I used Gorilla superglue to adhere façade tile to the wall, and it worked GREAT! November 14, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the money Bought this tape, which was recommended to put panels up on the wall per instructions and within a few hours, fell to the floor. Ended up buying adhesive and panels have stayed in place. October 20, 2015
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