Scotch 1 in. x 1.66 yds. Permanent Double Sided Outdoor Mounting Tape is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 117.Rated 5 out of 5 by LRDHAWKEYE from Needed to hang two 30 inch seahorses on either side of my garage door on my beach home. Hung them... Needed to hang two 30 inch seahorses on either side of my garage door on my beach home. Hung them on a heavy screw but was afraid the wind might move them off center. I placed three strips behind each seahorse and hung then, then pressed the strips against the brick. Held them perfectly, may not even needed the screw but never hurts for extra safety when hanging anything.
Date published: 2018-08-21Rated 5 out of 5 by HomeDepotCustomer from The tape was super and just as the manufacturer described... The tape was super and just as the manufacturer described
Date published: 2018-06-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Tony from Very Heat Resistant and Strong This tape was used for a lot of applications. It's as must have a thing as duct tape. (1) Originally selected it for keeping the alarm magnet fixed onto a sliding door frame that faces the sun. It' was a simple but maddening problem because the aluminum frame opposes adhesives. -Tried every other kind of tape, superglue, epoxy, hot glue and it just fell off. The alarm would blare so often I could never set it. The indoor version of the double sided tape would melt and then fall after a week in the Central FL summer. Under the premise that its-possible-that-it-could-exist searched for a theoretical outdoor version. Found it and the magnet has been up for 2 years straight and still going. Yay! (2) Later used this for a mailbox project involving the mounting of black background letters on a new, black post office box. The box is out in front unobstructed so it gets dangerously hot as it receives light 100% of the day. This is the kind of sun that burst two of my heavy duty water hoses. It's been 2 years and the letters are still securely fixed. Careful in applying it because it's VERY strong. When putting on the metal address numbers I thought about moving them to the right a bit. It was so stuck on that removal seemed difficult with a little bit of a bad idea flavor -so plan ahead and rehearse the application plan. I plan to mount an outdoor junction box for mp3 jack and outdoor amplifier in the porch. If the mounts on the outdoor speakers give me trouble, I will use this tape too! As a chemist I'm astonished how well the adhesive chemistry works in the REAL WORLD. It holds 5 lbs. To think there's a 10 pound version!
Date published: 2013-04-03Rated 5 out of 5 by MizJ from stick anything-- You could stick a moose double to a wall with this stuff! I, for one, will not be wasting my money on other like products again. This tape is the bomb-diggity!
Date published: 2014-01-28Rated 5 out of 5 by CarpalTomO from Holds great I have used this product to hold some Garage bottom seal to the front of my Civic VX. It was easy to work with and has been holding the material on my car in driving rain and cold temps for about two months now. It has not lifted in any areas and the vehicle has been up to 75mph. HOlds great and lives up to the Scotch/3M name.
Date published: 2009-09-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Abinosa from This is by far the best double sided tape I... This is by far the best double sided tape I have used. It sticks incredibly well. When I need to swap out components, this cleans off easily. The tape doesn't break down and leave adhesive and foam chunks behind. Major thumbs up!!
Date published: 2018-02-06Rated 5 out of 5 by Cathyellie from Great for those tricky plaes you need a sticky for! Great item to use instead of nailing or screwing through your vinyl siding outdoors. I used some to hold up our lights outdoors, so far so good. The TRUE test will be coming in the upcoming cold and windy winter. I will be sure to update as the weather gets colder and winder.
Date published: 2011-11-22Rated 5 out of 5 by RednexToyz from Simple the Best I have used this stuff to mount just about everything from home, show to retail displays. Areas with vibration, heat... no problems. It will work with some surface porosity, but be realistic in how textured the surface is since it relies on contact area to form a bond. Holds tight. For some surfaces, I use a little rubbing alcohol to prepare/clean the surface prior to adhesion. Wish it came in narrower strips, however.
Date published: 2014-11-25
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