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  • Writer's pictureAbdullah Khan

Why Tape Is Better Than Glue

On a job site full of tools and equipment, the right adhesive tapes can go further than a bucket of screws, for a lot less money. The versatility of adhesive tape makes it a practical substitute to replace traditional fasteners.

    • Overall, the most compelling case for using tape over glue is that there’s less mess, and tape takes less time to get the job done.

    • Available in a range of widths to suit multiple projects, adhesive tape is rated to support pounds per square inch while varying thicknesses and bonding properties combine to provide construction-strength adhesion for the unique challenges of dissimilar surfaces.

  • Many adhesive tapes feature a weather and UV-resistant stick for “tough to adhere to” surfaces like plastic, glass, and wood.

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