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Rosco Double Sided Tape 80 LF, Dance Flooring Tape, Marley Dance Studio Flooring Tape

Rosco Double Sided Tape 80 LF-disc

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$17.95/roll (You Save 25%) Reg: $23.95/roll - $0.00/sqft
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Thickness Less than 2 mm
Length 80.00 feet
Width 1.66 feet
Weight 1.50 lbs
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year limited
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Top Features for Rosco Double Sided Tape 80 LF-disc

  1. Use with vinyl marley dance flooring
  2. Use for semi-permanent dance floor installations
  3. Releasable when needed
  4. Will not leave residue
Use Types

Marley Dance Floor Installations, Dance Studio Flooring

by Rosco is in stock and ready to ship. The largest Midwest stocking dealer of Rosco dance flooring material.

Use Rosco double side dance floor tape for semi-permanent marley dance flooring installations in professional dance studios and for home dance floors. Designed to release when needed.


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Product Type Roll
Material Type Vinyl
Product Edging Straight
Thickness Less than 2 mm
Width 1.66 feet
Length 80.00 feet
SF per Item 0.00
Weight 1.50 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 20
Non Absorbent Partial
Special Adhesives No
Interlock Loss 0.00 feet
Interlocking Connections No
Made In USA
Order Minimum 1
Surface Finish Smooth flat
Surface Design Solid color
Installation Method Tape down
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included No
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year limited
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