|Core Diameter (in.)||3||Tape Length (ft.)||75|
|Tape Width (in.)||1.88||Thickness (mm)||1.1|
|Features||Moisture Resistant,UV Resistant||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|Maximum application temperature (F)||200||Maximum hold temperature (F)||200|
|Minimum application temperature (F)||40||Minimum hold temperature (F)||40|
|Number of Rolls Included||1||Pack Size||1|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Duct Tape||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tape Design||Solid Color|
A: No, No, No! ABSOLUTELY NOT! Never EVER use any kind of tape on stained wood, unless you want to ruin the wood!
A: If you want to attach a by il sheet to a piece of wood outside, it would be better to use other fasteners such as screws. The duct tape will deteriorate over time when exposed to the elements.
A: No reason it shouldn't, although check the "clean" removal time on the label. You can then either change it out, or just consider working a little at cleaning the residue, if any, off, when you do remove it. Repeated exposure to water may also loosen it. And you may need to replace it during your wait. A good wipe down with 90% Isopropyl alcohol, before applying will help with a good bond. Good luck with your BO'd part, I'm in the trade and depending what it is, it could be months. Whatever you do, avoid paying in full until you get it. I wouldn't pay more than 50% until. VERY HIGH PROFIT ITEM.
A: I used it on carpet and it didn't stain or leave behind any glue. I think it would be fine. As usual, try it it on an inconspicuous area first.
A: My application was way different than yours, that being applied to an automotive finish to temporarily hold a windshield in place. In that application, after 2 weeks in Florida summer sun there was only the slightest residue left in only a few spots on the finish. The adhesion is fairly good so my concern for your application is if the muslin might be mechanically damaged by the removal process, I can't comment on that.. Good luck
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A: I have not used it for this type application but my educated guess is yes
A: I used this on an automotive finish in florida summer sun for two weeks with only a slight bit of residue left in spots. I will guess it will be ok in your application but two cautionary notes 1. Try removing after a few months 2. If the floor is finished (or pre-finished) it should be easy to remove any small residue with mineral spirits.
A: Definitely do not use for that purpose. I'm afraid it could even take the stain up off your floor. But I did not notice it leaving any residue behind. Mine was on my door for 12 hours and it peeled the paint off when i removed it
A: I would advise against doing that. The claim is that it won't leave behind adhesive residue. That doesn't mean it won't strip the finish off of your floor. You should invest in a cord cover and secure it to the floor using some museum or mounting putty.