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Old 04-02-2013, 05:07 PM   #1
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Scamp seam tape

I used Scamps seam tape once before and had to use a hot glue gun to make it stick
I'm redoing a 13' Scamp right now and decided to find something else to use.
I ordered 1/8" x1" single sided foam glazing tape from glasswarepro.com.
I haven't cleaned the ensolite as I'm still working on the exterior.

I tried a small peice on an area that had been siliconed and it stuck TIGHT.

The Stock # is 74418X1GRY.
With shipping it was about $30.00 for 100'
Scamp is $15.00 for 50" plus shipping.

This tape has glue on one side only.

Hope this helps.
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:47 AM   #2
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Thanks John. Does it come only in gray color?
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It also comes in black.
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Thanks John, guess the gray would look better with the off white 'elephant hide' ensolite interior of my 85 Scamp 13. I cleaned the ensolite & it responded well to Tilex Mildew Root Penetrator, looks near new but the seams need covering. I have a roll of the Scamp seam tape but have not yet used it. With the reports of its failure to adhere by users on the forum I may just hafta give the glaze tape a try. The gray may actually be a nice accent color...
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I also have a roll of the Scamp tape left over from a redo several years ago.
I could have saved $30.00 if I had used it but I ended up hot gluing all of the seam tape the last time.
I called Scamp back then and complained. They told me to use hot glue and never apologized.
They have known about the problem for at least 3 years and still sell the same old useless stuff.

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