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Model #51

32.8 ft. x 0.94 in. Roll Double Sided Adhesive Mirror Mounting Tape

  • Highest quality 100% acrylic foam tape
  • Double sided peel back design
  • Easy to use, no mess solution
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Product Overview

PermaStik Mirror Mounting Tapes were developed to provide reliable, hassle-free alternative to nails, screws and tacks. Suitable for indoor use this tape is temperature resistant from +50°F to +96°F. Whether you're building, renovating or just decorating your home this tape will hold up to 1.1 lbs. per inch, 6 lbs. per foot and 441 lbs. per roll when mounted on a clean, dry and suitable surface. Such as glass, sealed plaster, primed concrete, treated timbers, stainless steel, tiles and vinyl. Looking for a permanent bond alternative screws, nails and tacks? Whether your project is creative, DIY or simply organising and decluttering the PermaStik Mounting Tapes range will help you get the job done. With forty years of experience in developing aggressive adhesives, PermaStik provides the best products for your home and office needs. The Permastik Mounting Tapes are made from the highest quality materials and glue ensuring a reliable and strong adhesion. Over 40 years of research, testing and quality control has been put into our tapes to ensure they are the ideal permanent solution for your home and building projects. The PermaStik Mirror Mounting Tape is a single roll of 32.8 ft. x 0.94 in. roll.
  • Premium adhesive: 32.8 ft. x 0.94 in. roll of PermaStik mirror mounting tape with unrivaled 100% synthetic formulated rubber-based adhesive with a permanent hold up to 1.1 lbs. per inch, 6 lbs. per foot and 441 lbs. per roll
  • Enhanced stability: with trouble-free tape application, the Permastik mirror mounting tape adhere to non-porous surfaces for a reliable permanent bond
  • Reliable durability: get strong bond with the rubber-based adhesive for a remarkably durable hold and permanent alternative to nails, screws and tacks
  • Specialized design: Permastik mirror mounting tape was developed for simple, fast and clean permanent mounting of mirrors and glass such as splash backs
  • Protection made sleek: with over 40 years of experience, we provide the best adhesive products for your home hardware needs to keep your improvements as painless as possible

Specifications

Dimensions

Core Diameter (in.)
.59
Tape Length (ft.)
32.8
Tape Width (in.)
.94

Details

Adhesion level
High
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
white
Features
Double Sided,Peel Back Design
Included
No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum application temperature (F)
96.8
Minimum application temperature (F)
50
Number of Rolls Included
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Double Sided Tape
Recommended Surfaces
Glass,Metal,Plastic
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

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Can I remove the mounting tape safely?

Asked by April July 4, 2020
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Hi April, The best way to ensure the clean removal of the foam adhesive is to follow these steps: - First use some fishing line or dental floss to gently cut through the adhesive substrate, this should remove the bulk of the adhesive - Then use an adhesive solvent (generally sold a hardware stores) to soften any remaining adhesive. You can then clean away gently with a cloth Best regards, Perma Products

I plan to use this to stick a 60x48 mirror to the wall( wood) will this work?any suggestions?

Asked by Belle August 11, 2019
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Hi Belle, Thank you for your enquiry. The Permastik Mirror Mounting Tape will work on most surfaces, however please note that certain surfaces may require priming or sealing prior to installation. These surfaces include: porous surfaces such as plaster, concrete and absorbent surfaces such as untreated wood and fabrics. Please ensure to follow the packaging instructions when installing. Kind regards, Perma Products

Does this hold heavier mirrors to drywall? And would it hold up to conditions found in a bathroom (moisture/humidity)?

Asked by Adam July 23, 2019
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Depends what you mean by heavier. We have a 102" x 42" mirror that is 3/16" thick and weighs about 72 lb. Based on the mfr's rating of 20kg/m (13.75lb/ft) of tape you would theoretically only need 5.25ft of tape. But personally I wouldn't rely on that. I would derate that my 4-5x, using 3 strips of full 102" width. And even then we are considering using an aluminum mirror support strip at the bottom, screwed to studs in the wall. I think it should be fine with moisture & humidity though.

If I put my mirror on the wall but then I need to take it down, Would the paint come off the wall?

Asked by Arza October 4, 2018
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the manufacturer states that the paint will come off. The glue is incredible - I haven't had to remove any of this tape, but I can understand how it would take off everything along with it.

Can you use this tape to hang a wood frame onto a mirror?

Asked by Joe May 18, 2018
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The tape is about 1/8 in thick, so you might be able to see it in the mirror, although it would work to hold a frame on.

Will I be able to remove the adhesive from porcelain tile surface if I ever remove or replace the...

Asked by oreke May 8, 2018
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Yes, according to the instructions. They say to use dental floss to cut through the foam substrate, then use an adhesive solvent to remove the residual adhesive. BUT, if you use long strips of the tape, particularly in the middle of the mirror, I am not sure how feasible the dental floss approach is.

Can I use this to hang 12” x 12” mirrors as a backsplash behind oven/stove? Will heat affect the hold?

Asked by MB April 19, 2018
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The packaging of the material doesn't mention heat resistance. Personally I wouldn't risk it. This is foam-based tape so even if adhesive resists heat, I think the foam could degrade over time.

Can this tape hold up a standard full length mirror?

Asked by Babygirl94 February 23, 2018
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on the package they state it can hold up 1.1lb per inch of tape; 6lbs per foot of tape and 44lbs per 32ft roll

How much weight can this tape hold? Can it hold a mirror that is 4 feet by 3 feet?

Asked by JAZ December 7, 2017
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They claim 20kg/m of tape. That is equivalent to 1.1 lb/in. A 48" x 36" mirror 3/16" thick weighs about 29lb (or 39lb if 1/4" thick.) I would derate their quoted strength by maybe 4-5x for safety, so for 48" wide use 3 strips full width.

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This beats using screw clips to attach mirrors to walls, with a clean look at the edges. But be a...
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This beats using screw clips to attach mirrors to walls, with a clean look at the edges. But be aware that this is a 1/8” thick foam tape so there will be a slight gap between the mirror and the wall. See attached photos of mirror top attached with clips and after, replaced with tape. Installation is easy, but make sure you use isopropyl alcohol to clean the areas on the back of the mirror and the wall where the tape will adhere. And the instructions list a number of materials, like plaster, concrete and metals that require special preparation. In our case, since we had painted drywall, only isopropyl alcohol was needed. The tape is rated to hold 20 kg/m so each 28”(710mm) long strip of the tape to hold our 28” x 42” x 3/16” mirror could support 31 lb (14.2kg). Since that mirror weighs 20 lb, in theory only one strip would be needed, but personally I would err well on the side of using more tape than you calculate. We used 3 strips – one near the top, one across the middle and one near the bottom. That gives a rated support of 93 lb, equal to a 4.6x safety margin. One reason this is important is that initially (after about 20 min) the tape can only support 50% of its rated capacity and obviously you aren’t going to stand and hold the mirror for that long. For very large and heavy mirrors I have my doubts though whether it is a good idea to solely rely on this tape. We have another mirror that is 42”H x 102”L x 3/16” that weighs about 72 lb. In theory this could be supported by only 63” of the tape, and 3 full 102” long strips (the roll contains about 390”) could support 340 lb - giving a similar 4.7x safety margin. But for that mirror I think we will supplement the support by using an aluminum mirror strip screwed to studs in the wall, below the mirror.
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I have been looking for something that would keep my power strips where I want them. I have tried...
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I have been looking for something that would keep my power strips where I want them. I have tried many many double-sided tapes that were supposed to hold anything. I’d stick the tape to the strip and then stick both to the desk or wherever I wanted them and before I could turn around, they’d be on the floor. For the first time ever, I used the PermaStik Mirror Mounting Tape and those strips are still stuck after 10 days. This tape will hold up to 1.1 lbs. per inch, 6 lbs. per foot and 441 lbs. per roll when mounted on a clean, dry and suitable surface. It will work on glass, sealed plaster, primed concrete, treated timbers, stainless steel, tiles and vinyl. I have it on my desk. If you have to remove the object, the company says to use fishing line or dental floss and cut through the adhesive to remove the bulk of the adhesive pad. Then you can remove the rest of the adhesive with adhesive solvent. Even if it leaves a little residue on my desk, that’s ok because that will have a better chance of coming off than a screw hole or nail hole. I have no doubt that this stuff will hold pretty much anything. PermaStik has other strengths of tape but I wanted my best shot at making these strips staying where I put them. I’m pretty sure that this tape will hold almost anything.
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Now I have storage hooks inside my plastic storage shed! This mounting tape gave me the ability t...
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Now I have storage hooks inside my plastic storage shed! This mounting tape gave me the ability to add hooks (and other items) to the interior walls of my outdoor resin/plastic storage shed. The problem I had been facing was the shed manufacturer no longer carried the special hardware needed to add storage options to the interior walls. I figured what did I have to lose by trying the PermaStik tape. PermaStik states the load capabilities as up to 1.1lbs per inch of tape and 6lbs per foot (not sure why it isn't 12lbs per foot - possible misprint?) and 44lbs per 32 foot roll. It can be used on glass, sealed plaster, concrete, stainless steel, tiles, vinyl as an alternative to using screw, or nails. I cleaned the surface area then applied the tape and then applied the hook. I lightly tugged on the hook after a few minutes and boy was that tape secure. They state that 50% strength is reached in 20 minutes; 90% strength after 24 hours and full strength after 72 hours. Within a minute, the tape held an empty 5 gall bucket (see pics) For a fraction of what the special hardware would have cost, this tape turned out to work as well as I had hoped. And with 32 feet of product, I'll have leftover for other projects.
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Easy to cut and apply. 10 meters of good double-sided mounting tape - almost an inch wide. This p...
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Easy to cut and apply. 10 meters of good double-sided mounting tape - almost an inch wide. This product is easy to cut with regular scissors and easy to apply. Once the sticky side has been applied, peel off the backing paper and stick the other side too. So far, I have used this to hold some sagging LED light strip on the underside of a ceiling joist. Not as demanding a job as mirror hanging, but it is staying stuck against wood. The instructions suggest cleaning the areas to be stuck with isopropyl alcohol first, obviously you want nice clean surfaces. Full adhesion is achieved after 72 hours, best on non-porous surfaces. The packaging claims it will support 1.1 pound or weight for every inch (20 Kg/m) An Australian product, made in China
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I had a mirror that came loose from the mounting on my bathroom vanity cabinet. I ordered this ta...
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I had a mirror that came loose from the mounting on my bathroom vanity cabinet. I ordered this tape to re-attach it. This is essentially a big roll of double sided foam tape. It is very easy to work with and install. It worked perfectly for me, as the foam is a great insulator and quiets the sound of the vanity opening and closing. I expect this to hold securely.
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I have just fixed the Lining to fix my music systems wire conceal with this tape. Looks good as o...
I have just fixed the Lining to fix my music systems wire conceal with this tape. Looks good as of now.
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I used this tape to attach 8"x8" and 5"x5" mirror...
I used this tape to attach 8"x8" and 5"x5" mirror tiles to a painted wall as a backsplash. So far (two weeks) no tiles have fallen off the wall.
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Perfect for any kind of double sided tape needs. The wife uses it to tack down her craft projects...
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Perfect for any kind of double sided tape needs. The wife uses it to tack down her craft projects. I installed a tub surround this weekend and it didn't matter what sealant I used I had one corner that would not seal and kept popping lose. I cut me of about a one square inch of this stuff, put it on the corner that kept coming lose and it held it in place like a dream. Was able to silicone around the joint and looks perfect.
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So far the adhesive has worked, although I've not tried it with anything super heavy.. I have pla...
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So far the adhesive has worked, although I've not tried it with anything super heavy.. I have plaster walls and trying to hang things is very difficult. I tried this with a small picture and liked the concept a lot. So far it's still hanging. I did think that it was a little difficult to remove the plastic backing on the tape. It is sticky on one side and the plastic is on the other side. It would have been nice if there was a tab to pull to remove the plastic and another layer of plastic on the bare side. The other downside is that you may need to wait 72 hours for adhesion enough to hold heavy items. The package says 50% bond strength after 20 minutes, 90% optimum strength after 24 hours and 100% after 72 hours. I do think the product is worth trying.
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I am so happy I got this double sided tape because using mirror glue is a pain and also, in the f...
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I am so happy I got this double sided tape because using mirror glue is a pain and also, in the future, almost impossible to remove without breaking the mirror. I recently installed a mirror in a bathroom using mirror cement in a tube. The next day I realized I mounted it a little crooked. Well I tried everything to remove that mirror thinking that only 16 hours had past since I installed it, so the glue would be soft. No such luck. I had to shatter the mirror and replace it. The nice thing about this tape is you can use dental floss to slip it behind mirror and cut through the tape to remove it. Nice!
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