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ALFTA Double-sided tape

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Found a better spot for a favourite picture? If you have an ALFTA hook, it’s enough to complete with ALFTA double-sided tape if you want to display your art in new places while avoiding holes in the walls.

Article Number704.517.82

Product details

With this double-sided tape, you can move and reuse ALFTA adhesive hook.

  • Use 2 self-adhesive strips for each hook.

    Sticks to wallpaper (except vinyl or textile wallpaper) and painted drywall: acrylic and polyvinyl acetate dispersion (matt finish).

    Different wall materials have different strengths. The wall surface can be damaged if the product is removed improperly or if the wallpaper/wall paint has weaker adhesion than the tape.

    Not suitable for non-stick surfaces like silicon and stain-resistant paints.

  • Material
    Polyethylene foam


Package quantity: 4 pack

Length: 3 ¼ " (8 cm)

Width: ¾ " (2 cm)

  • ALFTAArticle Number704.517.82

    Width: 4 ¾ " (12 cm)

    Height: ¼ " (0 cm)

    Length: 5 ½ " (14 cm)

    Weight: 1 oz (0.02 kg)

    Package(s): 1

worth the moneyCherieworth the money5
Wish I could just buy the sticky partROOI moved. Needed new sticky part, but had to buy whole new package. After 2 or 3 years on wall, it removed easily.4
Je l'ai acheté pour collerimaneJe l'ai acheté pour coller des miroirs LOTS (405.072.62) mais ça n'a pas fonctionné et les miroirs sont tombés, pourtant ils étaient collés pour 3 ans et on avait du mal a les arracher pour peindre. La difference c'est qu'ils était collé par le ruban qui est fourni avec les miroirs. On a voulu en racheté, mais ce n'est vraiment pas la meme qualité. C'est une perte d'argent meme ma fille de 3 ans a pu l'arracher !!!! Bref on a fini par jeter les miroirs...1

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