It is the same tape and has been used for the past 4 years on smoke detectors. It works.
It worked great for me on concrete
I would not recommend it as it is for permanent mounting.
Depending on the surface, it may be able to be removed. Hard, clean surfaces like sealed wood, metal, or plastic are easiest. It does require rolling the tape back from the edges slowly. It isn't quick, but it works. You may need a bit of mineral spirits to get the last stickiness off. Surfaces like painted walls or anything resembling paper: you can get it off, but it will likely damage the surface. On painted walls, for instance, it will pull the paint off with it.
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Scotch Outdoor Mounting Tape holds up to 15 pounds and is weather resistant for permanent mounting. It's compatible with a variety of finished/painted surfaces, metal, plastic, vinyl and more. Holds up to 15 lbs. per 60 in. / (1 lb. per 4 in. of tape) and works best when applied between 50°F to 100° F. If you require further information please connect with our team at 1.800.537.9514 M-F 8am-5pm CT. Thanks for asking!
From my experience using on concrete, I think would work
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Hello! This is not a recommended application for this product, the mounting tape is made with a permanent adhesive that would most likely cause damage to the flooring upon removal. We would recommend one of our Rug Gripper products that come in multiple sizes, you can find information on them here: http://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/company-us/all-3m-products/~/3M-Rug-Gripper-8-x10-?N=5002385+3294427715&rt=rud Thanks for asking!
Yes, be sure to clean the surface with rubbing alcohol because glass cleaner will interfere with adhesives and follow the weight limits and it will work great. Thanks for asking!