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Gym Floor Tape Vs. Dance Floor Tape

Gym Floor Tape Vs. Dance Floor Tape

We got lots of calls from people taping temporary court lines on a wooden gym floor that want a more durable product than Shurtape 724 paper tape. They specifically ask if they can use a product we call vinyl dance floor tape.  Unfortunately, the answer is “NO”! While they are correct in assuming that the […]

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Die Cut Vinyl Is Great, But Not For Wooden Floors

Die Cut Vinyl Is Great, But Not For Wooden Floors

Die cut vinyl arrows and dots are great for use on some gym floors, but not on wood. These directional and decorative items can add both information and visual appeal to some gyms, but we don’t recommend their use on wooden gym floors. They are great on tile and vinyl, but could cause damage when […]

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Gym Floor Lines?  Who Makes The Rules

Gym Floor Lines? Who Makes The Rules

When it comes to college volleyball, the decisions regarding court layout are the responsibility of the NCAA.  The National Collegiate Athletic Association insures that from school to school, conference to conference, gym to gym, that the court dimensions and layouts remain the same. If you want to understand the details and nuances, you should familiarize […]

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Vinyl Tape-Longest Life On Non-Wooden Floors

Vinyl Tape-Longest Life On Non-Wooden Floors

Vinyl tape is not recommended for wooden gym floors, but if your floor is tile, concrete or some synthetic surface, vinyl tape will give you longer life than paper will. Vinyl has much more resistance to edge tearing, meaning that it will not be ripped when shoes slide across it edge-to-edge. Vinyl is also easier […]

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