Nashua has recently released two new tarp tapes designed for extended outdoor exposure. Nashua 680004 Heavy Duty Tarp Tape is single-sided black polyethylene film tape which can be used to seal and seam heavy-weight poly tarps. It is designed for 6 to 8 months of outdoor exposure. Nashua 680006 Double-Sided Tarp Tape is a cloth tape with adhesive on both sides which comes on a blue film release liner. It is also used to seam heavy-weight tarps and is suitable for up to 12 months of outdoor exposure. The tapes are available in a 2 inch width and limited inventories of both are now in stock.
Our converter has recently received in tons of overstock high-temperature masking tape from one of the major manufacturers. They've already cut a bunch of it to 2-inch width and it is now available for sale by the case (18 rolls come in a case) for just $23.22 - see JVCC MT-SALE for information and pricing on the tape. A case of 2-inch high-temperature masking tape typically sells for over $100 per case. They also have log rolls available and pricing for widths from 1/4" up to 8" can be seen by looking at the JVCC MT-02 product. The MT-02 product doesn't have any case requirements and all the listed widths can be purchased in single-roll quantities. Thank you.
After running out of our stock of Nashua Big Fix Duct Tape Patch rolls last year we've recently received in more of this overstock item from Nashua. This time both 15-foot and 30-foot long rolls are available for purchase. Both 12-inch wide silver lengths come in a retail packed box with a convenient side cutter. The duct tape comes on a fast removing paper release liner. It is typically used for repairing holes in items like plastic sheeting and tarps. Also used for quick fixes for car body damage and around doors and windows.
We've sold non-skid tape, cleats and strips for quite some time now, but we've repeatedly been asked for a non-skid surface which could also provide some additional visibility at night. We've recently added Wooster's NiteGlow Flex-Tred tape and cleats which does just that. After being activated by natural or artificial light the tape provides a photoluminescent non-skid surface which is visible to the night-adjusted eye. Use it to provide pedestrian safety and guidance on leading edges of steps, around landings and through hallways and doorways. We've also recently added Wooster's "Caution" Flex-Tred product. It isn't photoluminescent like the NiteGlow tape and cleats; however it does provide a highly visible non-skid warning on any surface where added safety is required.