Printed Indoor Floor Tape
Product Code: 198777
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£45.00 per colour per position
15-25 working days from proof approval
About this Product
Ensure customers and colleagues follow social distancing guidelines with this branded PVC self-adhesive tape.
Perfect for marking lanes and queuing procedures within shops, supermarkets and other retail environments, as well as offices, schools and waiting rooms, this promotional floor tape is a must-have.
Printed with your artwork in up to three colours, each roll of branded floor tape is a great way to demonstrate your UK business is taking social distancing practices seriously and is embracing the new normal in a safe and responsible way.
Over-laminated with clear BOPP acrylic, this printed floor tape is able to withstand temperatures of up to 50c, has excellent mechanical strength and good chemical resistance. It’s easy to clean and has a high-gloss finish, giving the effect of a painted surface.
This product must be stored in its original box at ambient temperatures (between 18c-23c), and kept in a dry atmosphere away from direct sunlight.
Please note: This promotional floor tape is for indoor use only and can be applied to clean, smooth surfaces. However, it will not adhere to concrete.
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Prices include a colour personalisation with the same logo repeated along the length of the tape. Priced per roll. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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