Gorilla Heavy Duty Packaging Tape

Gorilla Heavy Duty Packaging Tape - 1.88 in. x 25 yards

Gorilla Heavy Duty Packaging Tape

Gorilla Heavy Duty Packaging Tape is ultra-thick & strong and guaranteed to last*! This tough packing tape is split and tear resistant and easy to cut, making it painless to use. The water and temperature resistance makes Gorilla Packaging Tape perfect for shipping, moving and storage.
 

*If you are not fully satisfied with the performance of this product simply return the unused portion and receipt to The Gorilla Glue Company for a refund of 100% of the purchase price.

Sizes

Split and tear resistant
Guaranteed to last

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • SPLIT & TEAR RESISTANT
  • EXTRA THICK
  • MOISTURE AND TEMPERATURE RESISTANT
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR – For Protecting Box Labels
  • EASY TO CUT
  • PERFECT FOR: Shipping, Moving and Storage
  1. Pull tape through tabs
  2. Grip dispenser at side indentations
  3. For best results, twist to cut
  4. Rub tape firmly into cardboard for best adhesion

First Aid and SDS information

APPLICATION TEMPERATURE – 32° to 140° F, best at room temperature

SERVICE TEMPERATURE – 14° to 212° F

OUTDOOR – Yes

MOISTURE RESISTANT – Yes

STORAGE TIPS  – Store in a cool, dry location

Is Gorilla Packaging Tape food safe?

Gorilla Packaging Tape is not recommended for direct or indirect food contact and should not be considered food safe.

What should I do if I think a human or animal has ingested Gorilla Packaging Tape?

For medical emergencies, call 1-800-420-7186 anytime to reach a member of our product safety team.

First Aid and SDS information

How do I remove Gorilla Packaging Tape from my surface?

Gorilla Packaging Tape may be removed with some difficulty, and it may leave some residue. To remove excess residue, use the tape itself as a blotter. If blotting with tape does not remove the residue, try removing with mineral spirits, adhesive remover, or a citrus cleaner per manufacturer’s instructions. Always test these chemicals in a small or hidden area as these chemicals may damage some surfaces.