Vinyl film tape - also known as Marley tape or dance floor tape - is an economical vinyl tape that has been coated with low-residue adhesive for clean removal. This type of tape is typically extremely conformable, durable and highly resistant to oil, acid, alkalines and corrosive chemicals. Because it has excellent adhesion to metals and plastics, it's commonly used for electroplating applications. These low-residue film tapes are also often used as vinyl dance floor tape and color-coding tape. FindTape.com has vinyl tape in traditional solid-colored rolls as well as die-cut vinyl shapes, including dots and arrows.
- Marley dance floor seams
- Stucco masking
- Striping vehicles, boats, buses and more
- Sign graphics
- Identifying restricted or hazardous areas
- Masking for hard chrome plating and anodizing
- Harness and pipe wrapping
- Duct and joint sealing
- Splicing gym floors
For multipurpose use, we recommend JVCC V-36P Premium Colored Vinyl Tape
. Because it's available in a wide range of colors, including black for use on dance floors and bright colors for delineating restricted or hazardous zones, this vinyl tape is useful in a range of situations. It's extremely durable, conformable and resistant to abrasions, aging, sun, bacteria and acids. The writable surface makes this the ideal tape for color-coding and labeling applications.
This selection also includes striping tape that can be used to create original striping or matched striping on cars, boats and more as well as top-of-the-line electroplating tape that prevents the penetration of chemicals during the plating process and protects surfaces during shot peening applications. Create temporary directional markings using our clean-removal die-cut adhesive arrows and dots by JVCC. FindTape.com is happy to work with you to help you find the appropriate tape for your demands and budget.
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