Double-sided, also known as double-coated, polyethylene foam tape can be used for indoor and outdoor bonding and mounting. It can also be used for window glazing applications, to seal windows from wind and moisture. You'll find double-coated polyethylene foam tape in various widths and thicknesses.
We have general purpose tape, window glazing tape, removable picture hanging strips and mounting squares, exterior mounting tape and removable mounting tape. Certain models have industrial uses; others are excellent around the home for mounting children's artwork, photos and posters. Polyethylene foam tape can be used on glass, painted walls, wood and tile, and it also adheres to surfaces such as blackboards and painted cinder blocks. Depending on the model it may be more appropriate for lightweight materials or heavier items such as POP displays and signs. One main benefit of double-coated tape is that it can replace fasteners such as bolts and screws for mounting without leaving holes.
Double-coated tape is made from a film, paper or tissue with pressure-sensitive adhesive on both sides. A peel-away liner protects the adhesive until it is ready to be used. There are many applications in arts, construction, fabrication and hobby industries.
- Mounting mirrors, nameplates, signs, soap dispensers and hooks
- Sound deadening
- Weatherproofing windows
- Use as glazing tape
- Holding down sheets of material on a CNC machine
- Attaching an EZ-Pass to a vehicle windshield
- Installing LED lighting on a wall
- Attaching cables and cords along a baseboard
- Cushioning components inside a speaker to prevent vibration
- Installing glass in cabinets
- Assembling paper crafts
- Mounting letters to an interior wall
- Reattaching Cordmate covers for rerouting speaker wires
Note: Product applications depend upon the style of double-coated tape.
If you're looking for an adhesive product or tape to do a specific job, try our Advanced Tape Finder. This tool allows you to narrow down your search based on adhesive type, removability, peel adhesion, thickness, and other specifications. You can also visit our Shop by Application page to find the best tapes for your specific application or industry.