Alien Tape is a transparent, double-sided, and reusable type of tape that's been designed to work on a wide variety of surfaces, such as wood, brick, stone, tile, and glass. It's stated that this tape can be reused many times, as long as it's rinsed in between uses, and that when it's removed from a particular surface, it won't leave any sticky residue behind. Aside from being used indoors, it's also meant to be used outdoors, even in areas that may be exposed to wet weather.
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Alien Tape works by virtue of advanced nano-grip technology, which is what enables it to cling to nearly any surface without the use of adhesive. When you apply this tape to a surface, every square millimeter of each piece you've used will almost instantly cling to that surface in the same manner as a suction cup would. It'll keep up its bond with that surface as long as you want it to, but when you want to break the suction, you'll be able to do so by giving it a gentle pull. Alternatively, if two objects are attached to one another, giving one of the objects a gentle twist will also break the bond that the tape has created.
Before you use this tape, you'll need to select two surfaces that you want to bond together. These might include a stationary surface (such as a wall or floor) and two free-floating objects, or two free-floating objects on their own. Once you've selected two surfaces, simply apply a piece of tape to one of them to get started. You can cut a piece of tape from your roll and then apply it, or measure your chosen surface while the tape's still on the roll and cut it afterward.
While keeping your piece of tape stuck to the surface you've applied it to, affix the second object you've chosen to the other side of the tape in order to create a bond. Press down for a few seconds to consolidate the bond between the two surfaces, and then remove your fingers. When you release the pressure, the bond between the two surfaces should remain intact.
If you've applied your Alien Tape correctly, you should be able to use the two surfaces you've bonded together as you normally would, without running the risk of damaging them. In the event that the bond appears too weak, you may need to add one or more pieces of tape to create a stronger bond, especially if the surfaces you're working with are large.
All Alien Tape is clear and transparent, so no matter what objects or surfaces you use it on, it won't be highly visible to people who are looking at them.
In a set, you'll get three identical rolls of this transparent tape. You may want to keep two rolls at home and toss one in your glove compartment, or even take one to work if you think you might make use of it there. With all three rolls equaling 21 feet of tape, you'll most likely have enough to create hundreds of bonds between various surfaces.
Alien Tape is durable enough to withstand the pressure of up to 17.5 pounds of weight without ripping or otherwise refraining from doing its job. Plus, by working together, multiple pieces of this tape will likely be able to support objects that are much heavier than 17.5 pounds.
This tape is both weatherproof and waterproof. That means you'll be able to use some in an indoor area that may be exposed to water, such as your bathroom or kitchen, and within nearly any outdoor area you can think of. Besides rain, the tape's been designed to stand up to heat and humidity in the summer and snow in the winter.
You can reuse a piece of Alien Tape multiple times, and it should work just as effectively the seventh time as it did the first. Before using a piece again, though, you must remember to rinse it off in the sink and let it dry before applying it to a new surface.
Each piece of this tape is fairly slim (about an inch wide), so if you need to fit some into a narrow space, you won't have to cut down its width. On the other hand, pieces of book tape and duct tape tend to be about twice as wide, so they may need to be cut down more often. If the need to tape up a wider surface with Alien Tape ever arises, you can always use multiple pieces.
If you've got a child sitting at the table in a high chair or a regular chair, and you want their food to stay put in front of them, Alien Tape can help you out. You can use this double-sided tape to literally tape their dish or plate to the table as they eat, so they won't spill it or knock it to the floor. Along the same lines, if your kids are rough on their toys and tend to break them, this type of tape can be used to quickly make discreet repairs.
You may want to hang various pictures, hooks, and racks around your home, but you may also want to avoid drilling holes in order to do so. If that's the case, it'll come as a relief that you can hang almost anything from a wall, a door, or a cabinet with Alien Tape. You won't need to worry about the tape being exposed to water, as it won't lose its suctioning power as it gets wet. Moreover, if you decide to take something down that you've hung with it, it'll leave no residue behind instead of leaving a nasty hole.
This tape may also be helpful when you want to keep your furniture in place, so it's not sliding all over your living room, office, or kitchen. If you stick just a square inch or so of this tape to the bottom of each chair leg, the Alien Tape's double-sided suctioning will stop it from slipping. The same goes if you apply narrow strips of this tape to the bottom of a desk so that it won't slide away from you as you work.
Most types of tape aren't reusable, so when you're done with a roll, you'll need to replace it or go without. However, due to the reusable nature of Alien Tape, you'll be able to move it from place to place as required. If you no longer need it in a particular location, you'll be able to transfer it to a new location instead of obtaining a replacement roll of tape to meet your latest needs.
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