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    Anti-slip tape

    December 1, 2011

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    Shur-Step anti-slip tape now is available in heavy-duty (60 grit) and general-purpose (80 grit) designs. Low-profile, high-strength and water-resistant, Shur-Step tape features a self-adhesive backing that adheres to any smooth, clean, dry surface in seconds. Finely ground abrasive particulates provide sturdy footing indoors and outdoors.

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