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Carpet Tape - 9970 2X36yd Dbl Side Carp Tape
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Carpet Tape - 9970 2X36yd Dbl Side Carp Tape

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Description:

Used for securing indoor carpets, rugs, and mats.

Features:

Double-coated polyester tape


Aggressive adhesive


Excellent for indoor carpet installation


Product Details:
Product Length: 10.43 inches
Product Width: 10.62 inches
Product Height: 0.0 inches
Package Length: 4.7 inches
Package Width: 4.7 inches
Package Height: 1.9 inches
Package Weight: 0.9 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 463 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 463 customer reviews )
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321 of 326 found the following review helpful:

5Review and Application AdviceJun 19, 2010
By Software Researcher
This tape really works for us! I wanted to wait well over a month to give a quality review.

We have an oriental runner 2.5' wide by 20' long going down a hallway which itself is already wall-to-wall carpeted. Somehow this carpet-on-carpet combo mixes with foot traffic to generate a bizarre phenomenon in which the oriental runner crawls sideways about an inch per day with freakish determination in an attempt to climb the right hand wall. If we didn't constantly drag it back into place (I probably just imagined hearing it scream in frustration) the runner would wrinkle itself into a bunch against the baseboard in about two weeks.

The tape solved all that. But I have some advice.

FIRST: Lay the tape strips *parallel* to the direction of carpet drift. We tried an experiment in which half the runner had short strips width-wise across the bottom and the other half had two long strips lengthwise. The lengthwise section of runner managed to break free and make about two inches of progress in about 3 weeks. We re-did everything using the short, width-wise strip scheme, and the thing has not budged in 2 or 3 weeks now.

SECOND: Any two-sided tape has the difficult-to-remove backing problem. This tape is not too bad, but to make things easy on yourself: Cut the tape at a steep angle so there is a sharp point to work on, and then press HARD to get the tape adhering well. Then it is easy to lightly pick with your nail at the sharp corner to get the backing started off the tape.

Really happy we don't have to wrestle with our oriental runner any more!

Since I wrote this review, thought I would update it to report that I do have to replace the tape once every few months or so. But still well-worth it.

106 of 113 found the following review helpful:

5Double-sided Carpet TapeMay 17, 2008
By Anna Marie Cox
I think this double-sided carpet tape is wonderful, and it does what nothing else was able to do, and that is: to adhere carpet runners to carpet on the floor. It worked perfectly for me, and I would recommend it to anyone who has to do the same. It's fairly easy to remove the backing...I've got arthritis, so it's not quite as easy as it would normally be to remove the backing from one side of the tape.

58 of 64 found the following review helpful:

5Survives a 3 year old and an infant...Jan 07, 2010
By T. Criswell "just-some-girl82"
I used this product to hold down area rugs in my living room, one being as you come into the door onto our new carpet. It has been down for about 4 months and rugs are all still in place, even after my three yr old has picked at the edges and spilled things on it, my 9 month old has put a thousand miles crawling over it, and foot traffic has been severe. Great!

44 of 48 found the following review helpful:

4Good basic carpet tapeJul 12, 2010
By Captain D
I needed some carpet tape to keep carpet pads in place on our wood stairs. This did the task fine with two strips per pad. Only problem was figuring how to peel off the backing! Googled it and discovered that you have to make a shallow cut (with Xacto knife) on the end of backing. This will allow you to peel off a small portion of the backing and then stripping the rest off is easy!

34 of 37 found the following review helpful:

5This Stuff Works!Mar 28, 2010
By Ronald Hurst "Mr. Reality Check"
I was faced with having to tape my area rugs to my house carpets and had tried a few other things including the rubberized rug stays and nothing worked. Did some research and this looked like it might do the trick......and boy did it! I have three golden retrievers and they love to play on the rug in the hall where I used this tape. They jump, wrestle, run, romp and about anything else you can imagine that involves doggie play. I put a two foot strip of this tape on all four edges of the rug, pressed it down good and it hasn't moved since. It's been a month now and no problems whatsoever. My house carpet is a short pile, not sure if it would work on a deep pile but it wouldn't suprise me. I've got one more runner coming and first thing I'm going to do is put this tape on it. Highly recommended.

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