I am a big fan of tech deck grip tape (TCGT). It is a quick and easy way to protect a deck from damage while working on a project. This is especially helpful for the professional carpenter who has to work in a confined area, and the home interior designer who wants to protect their work surfaces from dust and spills.
TCGT is a relatively new product, but the technology is quite old. I am not sure if it is still on the market, but I might be able to find some for a steal.
I am very much a fan of TCGT. They’re a very thin, flexible, and lightweight material that is very durable and yet extremely light. It also has a very smooth and durable surface. The price is right.
TCGT is not quite as new as they claim. It was first developed in the early 1970s. The basic design was first released by the company Bambi-Babes in the mid 1970s.
Here are some links to read more about TCGT.
I have used TCGT for a couple of years before buying it. I can honestly say I wouldn’t mind using it again on my deck and just have to find the right thickness for my job.
TCGT is a very soft, thin-tape that is designed to be used on a variety of surfaces. It is quite durable and extremely light. It is also a great way to cover an area of your deck that you dont want to be exposed to UV light and UV damage.
I actually just tried using it on the deck of my pickup truck and it seems to be the perfect thin-tape to use as an alternative to painter’s tape. I like it for use on exterior surfaces, but I also use it on interior surfaces. I have used it on my home’s deck, garage door, and pool deck.
The “tech deck grip tape” is actually a brand new product for the video game, which is a very, very special one. I’m sure you can imagine my excitement when I learned about it. It is a very, very cool product and I’m looking forward to putting it to use on my decks and other outdoor surfaces. I have to say that the product was very easy to put on and work perfectly well.
The tech deck grip tape will also work on pool decks to help keep them from slipping off the deck, but I’m not sure of the benefits of using this technology on any non-concrete surface.