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1-7/8 in. x 75 ft. Roll of Max Grip Carpet Installation Tape

  • For use on stairs and stair treads
  • Easy to apply
  • Quick bonding adhesive
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Product Overview

ROBERTS Max Grip 75 ft. Double Sided Acrylic Adhesive Strip Roll offers reinforced strength to instantly bond carpets to stairs and stair treads. This is a permanent tape, and can be used for the installation of vinyl transition moldings as well as various types of vinyl flooring that specify double face tape installation. For best results, unroll, cut to size, lay down the tape at the desired spot, take the paper backing off, and adhere applying pressure. The tape is a non-toxic, heavy duty adhesive on a convenient, easy to use roll.
  • Ideal for permanent installation or repair of carpeting
  • Acrylic adhesive reinforced for strength
  • Easy to apply without a tack strip or seaming iron
  • Bonds instantly, for indoor and outdoor use
  • Non-toxic and odor free
  • Highly adhesive, can be used on wood

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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
1 in
Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
25
Roll length (ft.)
75

Details

Color Family
Brown
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Double sided
Flooring Product Type
Flooring Tape
Flooring Type
Carpet,Vinyl
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Product Weight (lb.)
.83
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

29Questions41Answers

Will this tape damage hardwood floors if removed

Asked by Rick June 17, 2020
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Max Grip tape is a permanent tape and is Not recommended over finished floors such as hardwood flooring. Damage can result when removed.

how do you remove it from step if you want to change it someday

Asked by sticky April 20, 2020
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I pulled ours up after two years on hardwood floors. Most of it came right up in long pieces. If you need, a single edged razor blade will take off whatever doesn’t pull up. If there is any residue, Goo Gone cleans it up easily.

Will this work on rubber mat flooring on plywood subfloor?

Asked by StevenS October 9, 2019
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I am going to give you my opinion.... I am pretty sure it will grab and hold nicely. I haven't used it on plywood, but this is as strong double-sided tape as they come.... Except for Roberts double-sided seam tape! I taped a vinyl chair mat to the carpet, they ended up replacing the carpet, they had become one! Hope this helps :)

Can this be used to seam carpet sections

Asked by Speedy08 January 16, 2019
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Yes, this tape can be used to seam carpet sections.

Can this be used to cover existing runner?

Asked by WRJW971 September 6, 2018
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I have not used it for that purpose. I suppose it could be - it is very sticky & holds tight. You could use just a small piece as a test. Good Luck!

can this be used on 1/4” wall planks?

Asked by southwestgal August 11, 2018
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I'm not sure. I have not used it for that. I have used it for holding down carpet and small throw-rugs (like 2 to 4 feet X 3 to 6 feet) and it works well. It is very strong Tape. To be safe, I would use "Liquid Nails" on my wall planks. You can purchase it at your local Home Depot. I have used it on 4X8 foot wall paneling and it works very well. Good Luck.

How can you clean off the gummy tape residue when used on concrete?

Asked by Mojo January 18, 2018
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Goo Gone, mineral spirits, or turpentine....

Have have new carpet stair treads and want to use double face tape so they don't move while going...

Asked by Kidd January 15, 2018
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No it loses a lot of stickiness when you try to reuse it. For your safety use new tape .

I will be placing and order for Tile for most of the flooring in my house, approx. 430 sq.ft. Wit...

Asked by Bobby May 26, 2017
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To install carpet tile, you need tiles, two sided tape or special glue , measuriing tape and retractable knife to cut tiles. That's all.

need delivery cost of 31 sections of 6x8ft spruce wood dog-eared fence your item #156652 delivere...

Asked by larry May 15, 2017
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Greetings larry, I'm not sure why your question for fence delivery is posted under carpet tape. However, if you call your local HomeDepot, I'm sure an associate will be able to get a phone quote for your fencing delivery needs.

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Good permanent tape is not recommended with hardwood floor use....
Good permanent tape is not recommended with hardwood floor use. The store said, “often bought together” with carpet treads but do not use for that. They do not recommend, per instructions, but i did not check. I am just warning you. It is very sticky and my “treads” will never come up. Great tape BUT be careful what you want to use it for.
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Used it on my stair treads. Works like a charm, very strong and sticky. Keeps the carpet in place.
Used it on my stair treads. Works like a charm, very strong and sticky. Keeps the carpet in place.
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This carpet tape worked perfectly for keeping a carpet runner in place while I stapled it on my s...
This carpet tape worked perfectly for keeping a carpet runner in place while I stapled it on my stairs.
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Carpet held right into it. Great adhesive.
Carpet held right into it. Great adhesive.
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Tape was easy to use and held well on a surface that was not perfect. We used it to carpet a tabl...
Tape was easy to use and held well on a surface that was not perfect. We used it to carpet a table for a non marking surface to assemble very expensive fixtures. This is the second time we have use this for this purpose and it works very well. The carpet wears out but the tape continues to hold.
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My application was not carpeting, but securing heavy shelf liner material to the inside bottom su...
My application was not carpeting, but securing heavy shelf liner material to the inside bottom surfaces of kitchen and bathroom cabinets and drawers. For this application, this tape had a good balance of tackiness and bond strength. Before using it, I was a little concerned that the adhesive would be so tacky that upon the slightest contact with liner material it would adhere so strongly that repositioning would be impossible, thus requiring precise alignment before application. Fortunately, this concern was unfounded. The liner was thick enough to be peeled away after application without difficulty. Also, it had a good release layer so the liner came away without tearing. The adhesive was tacky enough that light finger pressure at one point held the liner material strongly enough that it could be smoothed out to the edges but also allowed it to be (carefully) detached and repositioned if necessary. Application of firm pressure produced a strong bond. It should be noted that this is not really a "tape" but a web of adhesive in roll form. This worked to my advantage; the highly elastic adhesive layer conformed to the textured backing of the liner material and cabinet/drawer surfaces better than most tapes would. This is no doubt by design for its intended application with carpet. A side effect of this elasticity was that scissors used to cut it to length quickly gummed up with adhesive and on subsequent use tended to stick to and pull away adhesive from the roll. This buildup wa easily removed with a cloth and a little WD-40, which had the benefit of reducing this problem. NOTE: Although this was a near-ideal product for my off-label application, I cannot predict how well it would work in its intended use with carpet.
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Redoing carpet in rental units and speed was a factor. No need to wait for adhesive to tack up......
Redoing carpet in rental units and speed was a factor. No need to wait for adhesive to tack up....just layout tape pattern then the carpet....cut to size....remove the tape adhesive covering and stick it to the carpet....works for my purpose very well.
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Nice quality.
Nice quality.
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Read all before you decide for yourself if you want to buy this product. I used it for some bea...
Read all before you decide for yourself if you want to buy this product. I used it for some beautiful carpet treads I used for a short stairway. IT MAY HOLD AND HOLD BEAUTIFULLY...SO FAR SO GOOD. But, it us next to impossible to use! !! It sticks to your fingers and pulls the sticky right off of the tape. Worse than that. ..the scissors blades get coated with the sticky goo after every single cut...and you have to become an expert to get the scissors out of the way before it pulls ALL the sticky off. I learned to use A LOT of paint thinner and clean the blades thoroughly AFTER EVERY CUT. A 15 minute job took 90 minutes,and a frustration level off the chart.
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The tape didn't stick. Maybe it was the turf style carpeting I used, but the tape did not work we...
The tape didn't stick. Maybe it was the turf style carpeting I used, but the tape did not work well with it at all. The finished product is still nice though!!!
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