Binding Tape

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First choice for binding work! High-tack adhesive and stiffer backing make this the strongest paper tape we've found for securing bindings while the glue dries.

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Binding Tape

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First choice for binding work! High-tack adhesive and stiffer backing make this the strongest paper tape we've found for securing bindings while the glue dries.

3/4" x 60-yard (19mm x 55-meter) roll.

Not recommended for use on vintage or delicate finishes.

Our binding tape has a strong adhesive - good for applying pressure, but be cautious about using tape on soft top woods like spruce. With soft woods, first stick our binding tape to a cotton t-shirt to give it less tack before applying it. This will help reduce the possibility of any damage when you go to remove it.

Once the glue is dry, remove any tape slowly and gently — pulling at an angle and lightly rubbing it with your index finger. Warming the tape will also help it lift away easily without pulling out wood fibers.

For more information, see our How to Install Bindings article.


Product Instructions

How to Install Bindings

Overview of binding, purfling, and other instrument trim, including binding recommendations and installation techniques.

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binding tape

By fairprtman from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 04, 2013


works GREAT sticks, holds binding in place!!

Tape

By RickM from Frederick, MD
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, April 21, 2013


Poor performance. Did not hold to the guitar surface.

Binding Tape

By Ken Gulledge from Clayton, Oklahoma
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, March 17, 2013


Keeps your bindings where they are supposed to be, tight to the guitar. Clean, strong adhesive that holds tight yet removes easily. Really indispensable for serious binding jobs.

Best tape ever

By slowdown from Indiana
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, March 14, 2013


Binding tape is not only great for binding binding in place, it's great for everything that needs a very strong but removable tape. Lay a piece of tape along the edge of a fretboard than has shrunk around the frets, and with a sanding block (or file) you can sand down the ends of the frets without any damage to the edge of the fingerboard. It's thick enough so that you can stop well before you do any damage.

Does what it says in the name

By Brian R. from Oakville, ON
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, December 21, 2012


This tape was purchased after using some of a friend's roll to hold binding on a guitar. Many other tapes have been tried but this one holds a lot of pressure against the binding, doesn't stretch, doesn't pull up top fibres and cleans up most easily.

It worked great!

By dd3keegs from Tampa, FL.
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, December 18, 2012


Easy to use. Did the job right. I used it to replace a custom fingerboard on my Jackson Neck (with Stew Mac parts). Highly recommend it.

Nice

By Lotus from Arlington WA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, December 05, 2012


Not as stretchy as another brand, but useful for many things beside binding. And good for when you need umph to really get pressure against the binding. Keep your binding cut just a little above the plate though so it doesn't tilt from top pressure. Good stuff, get a bunch and make a multi tape dispenser so you can quickly tear off different tapes.

Binding tape is a Must

By John Rossbach from Elkins, WV
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, November 25, 2012


This binding tape is paper based, but very strong. The glue sticks well and doesn't creep much like most tape glues. Pull off carefully, though, so as not to affect finish. Comes off better than some other high-tack tapes. Good stuff.

Indispensible

By GavinB from Perth, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, October 07, 2012


Great for bindings. Extremely adhesive so be particularly careful when removing from your soundboard or it will remove wood from it. I pull the tape back on itself and remove it slowly. For markingbthe psition of the bridge i will rub the adhesive side of the tape on my shirt or jeans to weaken the adhesion o the the tape can be removed without damaging the soundboard.

More than fair priced for the quality

By Midnight Lord from Ottawa
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 13, 2012


Enough said - for what it is. Get some when you are ordering stuff, handy having it around the shop.

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