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New Duck Hazard Tape launches in UK

Published: 19 August 2020 - Neil Mead

Leading brand Duck Tape has introduced a yellow and black stripe tape, ideal for marking sections on floors and providing hazard warnings.

 

A single side PVC adhesive tape measuring 60mm x 66m, it is already hugely successful in other parts of Europe, as Jason Burns, MD of Shurtape, comments: “The Duck Hazard Tape has been a consistently popular product in Germany, France and Holland for some time now and we’ve had rising interest here in the UK. 

“The tape is ideal for separating floor areas, and while we recognise that it will be useful as people return to work in different ways, it has a multitude of uses - being waterproof it can be used outdoors for other applications including traffic warning areas, building or DIY locations, or in TV production.” 

Duck Tape® is already known for its packaging, DIY and craft tapes and this new product provides all the same market-leading benefits, making it a high tack adhesive, and cost-effective addition to the range.

www.ducktape.co.uk
www.shurtape.co.uk

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