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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Toddler proof. (So far -lol!)
By Glenn D. Luther
Used this to lock down a wooden train set to the play table so I don't have to rebuild it every two minutes. Works perfect. My kids can now play without worrying that they will break something they are not old enough to understand how to fix. I now enjoy playing with them without them screaming every time the tracks separate on the table by accident. I know, it's the little things in life that help parents maintain sanity on a day to day basis. =)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
It is far superior to the 3M tape with a red film cover
It is difficult to find 3M VHB double-sided tape in auto or hardware stores or in small quantities. It is far superior to the 3M tape with a red film cover. I suppose 3M means for VHB to stand for very high bond strength, which it has. The RP is defined by 3M as "This family utilizes multi-purpose acrylic adhesive on both sides of a conformable adhesive foam core. The adhesive provides good adhesion to a broad range of high and medium surface energy substrates including metals, glass, and a wide variety of plastics. The conformable adhesive foam core provides good contact, even with mismatched substrates". The 25 is the thickness in mills. Clean both surfaces to be fastened with alcohol and you can be assured that they will stay bonded. Once cured, it is difficult to pull them apart but can be easily and cleanly removed with a plastic scraper to avoid surface damage.
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It is the 3rd brand of tape I have tried and the best. I Will use this tape on my next ...
This tape has held all the parts of a drone I built firmly in place. It is the 3rd brand of tape I have tried and the best. I Will use this tape on my next build as well. I have not tried to take any of the parts off yet. I have heard people complain about a sticky residue with some of the other brands but this is not important to me. Adhesion is what I am looking for. With a little paint thinner or rubbing alcohol, I have had no problem removing the sticky stuff.