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Old 07-03-2009, 11:14 PM   #1
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3M Scotch 2000 electrician's bundling tape VS. duct tape.

I've already noticed that it does not have a cloth weave reinforcement to it, and the adhesive is a bit different.
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3M Scotch 2000 electrician's bundling tape VS. duct tape.

I've already noticed that it does not have a cloth weave reinforcement to it, and the adhesive is a bit different.
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Electricians duct tape does not have a weave. The adhesive is designed for easier release with less residue.
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