Double Faced Tape On Wood Floors? Could Be A Problem

Exhibit hall sign held up with tape from thetapeworks.comThe aggressive adhesive on double faced tape is what makes it so effective for holding carpet temporarily in place. It is a trade show staple, and conference and convention centers couldn’t get through the day without it.

Most of these facilities have tile or concrete floors, so the tape can be removed without floor damage once the event is over.

Not so if the facility has wood floors. Taking double faced (or any aggressive adhesive tape) up off of wooden floors requires special care to insure that the finish remains intact.

This Youtube video has some tips for tape removal.


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