- Multi-purpose overlaminate clear tape protects your vinyl floor tape or floor paint lines from damage
- Withstands forklift and foot traffic, allowing lines to last up to 5 times longer
- Easy installation
- Waterproof and resistant to chemicals
- Abrasion and tear resistant
- UL-rated for slip resistance on floors
- Install tip - use a roll 1" to 2" wider than the tape you are protecting
It is not uncommon for forklift traffic, pallet stacking, and other industrial abuses to damage some floor tapes. Protected vinyl tape lines last an average of 5 times longer when compared to those that are unprotected. Overlaminate tape protection is one of the easiest ways to protect your vinyl tape from damage, and its quick-release liner makes it easy to install in your facility.
Tape protection has a slightly textured surface layer that provides resistance to heavy foot traffic, carts, and even forklifts. The other side is coated with a rubber-based adhesive that bonds well to most surfaces including floors, doors, walls, and counters. Tape protection is also highly conformable, abrasion resistant, waterproof, and resistant to chemicals, so it will last a long time. Once it’s applied its transparency makes it discreet, yet completely functional.
We recommend using an over-laminate that is 1"-2" or more wider than your tape lines. For instance: If you have 2" lines, we recommend a 3" over-laminate. This allows for a clearance of .5" over-laminate on both sides of the tape line, which will ensure maximum durability.
Recommended tapes for use under our tape protection include Smart Stripe Tape and Vinyl Marking Tapes. While other tapes work great, we have found that these two tapes paired with tape protection offer the best adhesion and durability.
Withstands Heavy Traffic
Tape protection holds up against forklifts, carts, foot traffic, and other industrial abuses.
Install tape protection over many kinds of tape, as well as paint and labels.
Does what is says in the title
Posted by Ron on 17th Jul 2012
I got this tape to help cover my existing lines. Did exactly what it says in the title not much else to say about it.
Does What It's Supposed To
Posted by Rakesh on 9th May 2012
We had several things we needed to protect on the floor of our factory, some painted lines and some images, and we used this tape to cover them. So far, only one section needed to be replaced, and that gets a LOT of equipment traffic, so I guess it's working well.
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