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ToughStripe® Floor Tape Family

Brady's Good, Better, Best Options For Your Floor Marking Needs

Why use the ToughStripe® family of floor marking tape?

Make your facility cleaner, more efficient, more visual and safer with ToughStripe® floor marking tape. This tape will help you identify aisle ways, work-cell boundaries, hazardous areas, forklift traffic, storage areas and more!

ToughStripe® floor tape is easy to apply and remove, yet, it lasts where other factory and warehouse floor marking tapes simply don't. High traffic areas are no match for the industrial strength of ToughStripe® floor tape.

Good Tape

More cost-effective solution for short application period

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Better Tape

Longer application period with more customization options

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Best Tape

Highest durability to stand up to industrial vehicle traffic

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ToughStripe floor tape is made of a tough, industrial-strength and nonabrasive polyester material, featuring a low-profile design to minimize tears and scratches from skids and pallet jacks

ToughStripe Max floor tape is made of extruded polyvinyl chloride with an extra-strength acrylic adhesive with tapered edges for heavy industrial traffic and extra resistance to cuts and abrasions.

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All Brady Floor Marking Tape Solutions feature a one year limited manufacturer warranty.

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Floor Marking Examples in a Facility

Aisle Ways and Trafic Lane tape

Aisle ways and traffic lanes

Work Cells

Work Cells and equipment borders

Material Storage Tape

Material storage areas

QA Inspection Tape

QA Inspection areas

Compliance Marking

Keep clear - Safety & compliance marking

Hazardous Areas

Hazardous areas

Defect scrap rework areas

Defects/scrap rework areas

Operational Areas Tape

Keep clear - Operational areas

Stair Marking Photo Luminescent Tape

Stair and Egress Marking

Stair Marking Photo Luminescent Tape

High Traffic Areas

How to Apply and Remove ToughStripe® and ToughStripe® Max Floor Marking Tape

Preparation

  1. Sweep up any loose debris on the application surface area
  2. Wipe your floor using your standard floor cleaning method
  3. Allow floors to dry completely prior to application
Preparation

Floor Tape Application

  1. Remove the label holding the tape to the side of the application box
  2. Fold back about 2 inches of the liner from the tape
  3. Stick the tape at the start point (be careful to align it in the direction desired)
  4. Pull the box until the tape is stretched along the desired path (keep the liner in place)
  5. At the end point, set the box down, slot-side face down
  6. Pull the liner back to the box and use a squeegee to seal the tape to the surface with downward pressure

Floor Tape Removal

  1. Using a hand-held scraper, lift the end of the tape
  2. Use a small amount of force to peel the tape slowly
  3. Peel off towards the other end at nearly a 90 degree angle
Remove Tape

This short video will show you each of the application and removal steps:

ToughStripe® floor tape is made of a tough, industrial-strength and nonabrasive polyester material making it durable enough to withstand high traffic areas and even forklift traffic. It also has a low-profile design that minimizes tears and scratches from skids and pallet jacks.

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Not sure which floor marking solution is right for you?

You can request a free sample pack of Brady Floor Marking materials, including anti-slip tape, ToughStripe® Tape and ToughStripe® Max Tape to test in your facility.

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Want to learn more about floor marking applications?

See our OSHA standards and floor marking color guide

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Floor Marking Questions and Answers

We compiled a number of questions around floor and area marking best practices following our "Put It All on the Floor – Lead with Floor Marking for a Lean/5S Workplace" webinar.

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