Gorilla Tough & Clear Mounting Tape Squares

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Product Description

Gorilla Tough & Clear Mounting Tape Squares are pre-cut, clear, double-sided tape squares that mount in an instant, for a long-lasting, weatherproof bond. The crystal clear adhesive tape won’t yellow over time. This mounting tape holds 1 pound per 4 squares of tape. Gorilla Tough & Clear Mounting Tape Squares are perfect for indoor and outdoor projects and stick to smooth and rough surfaces. Completing DIY projects is easy with this tough, double sided tape. Mount, build, and repair!

Features & Benefits

  • Double Sided Tape - coated with adhesive on both sides for easy hanging.
  • Strong Hold - Sticks to smooth and rough surfaces.*
  • Instant Hold - Delivers a fast and easy permanent bond.
  • Weatherproof - For indoor and outdoor use.
  • Crystal Clear Adhesive - Won't yellow over time.
  • Bonds - Plastic, Metal, Wood, Glass, Brick, Ceramic, Stone, Cinderblock and more **


  • *Weight limits may vary depending on surface texture, porosity and flatness of surface. Both surfaces must be completely flat to make full contact with adhesive.
  • **Not for use on wallpaper, delicate surfaces, polyethylene and polypropylene plastics or other non-stick surfaces.

Gorilla Tough and Clear Mounting Tape Squares

Application Instructions

  • Surfaces must be flat, dry and free of dirt and oil.
  • Clean with isopropyl alcohol according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Use approximately 4 squares of tape per pound of weight.
  • Remove square(s) from bottom liner, leaving the top liner on.
  • Apply square(s) to the object being mounted,?allowing for even distribution of weight.
  • Press to secure tape to object and rub firmly.
  • Remove top liner.
  • Press firmly for 60 seconds as Gorilla Mounting Tape conforms to the surface and creates a strong, permanent bond.
  • Tip: For easier liner removal – Pinch and stretch a corner of the adhesive until the liner lifts from the tape.
  • * Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.


    Technical Information

    Gorilla Tough & Clear Mounting Tape Squares
    • Carrier/Backing: acrylic foam
    • Release Liner: clear film
    • Service/Operating Temperature: up to 194°F
    • Application Temperature: 50°F (minimum)
    • Outdoor: Yes
    • Moisture Resistant: Yes
    • Storage Tips: Store in a cool, dry location. 64° to 72° F, 30 to 70 Percent RH.
    • Country of Origin: South Korea
    Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

    6067202 Standard sizes


    1 in. squares / 24-pack


    UPC = 052427606723

    Single Item (1-5 Items)

    1 - 4 Cases (6-29 Items)

    5 - 9 Cases (30-59 Items)

    10 - 24 Cases (60-149 Items)

    25+ Cases (>= 150 Items)


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