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ProTapes Pro Spike Tape (1/2" x 45 yd, White)

BH #PRPSPT545W • MFR #001UPCSPIKE45MWHT
ProTapes Pro Spike Tape (1/2" x 45 yd, White)
Key Features
  • Waterproof, Matte Finish
  • Abrasion-Resistant
  • Smooth, Controlled Unwind
  • Hand Tearable
This is a 1/2" x 45 yd roll of Pro Spike Tape from Pro Tapes. Show your performers or models where to stand, show the stage hands where the scenery goes with this roll of Pro Spike Tape. It tears easily off the roll and it's white, so it's easily seen.

Pro Spike Tape will stay where you put it, but it is easily removed when you strike the set. This tape measures 1/2" wide x 45 yd long. The backing is a vinyl cotton cloth and applied with a synthetic rubber resin for maximum adhering properties.

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What is the best cloth based tape that is heat resistant and suitable for taping gels to reflectors and grids without being susceptible to the adhesive melting? Is spike tape any different to regular gaffer-type tape on this regard? Is there a gaffers tape that is of higher quality that meets this requirement in a narrow width, 0.5 " or less? Thanks!!
Asked by: Justin
Pro Spike is a 1/2" width version of our Pro Gaff tape. Pro Gaff has a service temperature of up to about 150°F - 180°F short term use. We always recommend Pro® JLAR II Gel Repair when repairing lighting gels and scrollers where temperature resistance and film stability are necessary. In order to better answer your question on a cloth based tape we would need to know the long term temperature resistance and the amount of time/duration the tape will be applied for.
Answered by: Pro Tapes Solutions Team
Date published: 2022-09-19
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