Just What Is Dance Floor Tape?

Just What Is Dance Floor Tape?

Dance performances may involve any number of different types of tape, and at some point all of them are probably referred to as “dance floor tape”. We sell a lot of these tapes, but keep the name “dance floor tape” for one specific product. It is called “vinyl splicing tape“. That, specifically, refers to using […]

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Support Your Local Nutcracker

Support Your Local Nutcracker

We have a group of customers that we only hear from once a year, and now is that time. These customers are small dance companies and studios that put one major public production a year. That production is The Nutcracker, the version that features Tchaikovsky’s famous score. Some of these productions are presented as a […]

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Why Do Our Customers Keep Saying “This Stuff Is Too Inexpensive”?

Why Do Our Customers Keep Saying “This Stuff Is Too Inexpensive”?

Amazingly, at least to me, we constantly have new prospective customers asking us why our dance floor tape is so cheap. I guess it is understandable, since some of our competitors sell the same thing for up to four times as much. Same vinyl, same adhesive, same packaging, but definitely not the same price. Rebranding […]

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Matte Or Glossy? Not An Easy Decision

Matte Or Glossy? Not An Easy Decision

Making the decision to buy a dance floor for your school or touring production is complicated and what you decide is something you will probably have to live with for a long time. There are lots of new, innovative products on the market, but before you can consider your options, you need to decide whether […]

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Dance Floor Tape Should Be “Conformable”.  What Does That Mean?

Dance Floor Tape Should Be “Conformable”. What Does That Mean?

In order to hold two sections of dance floor together with a strong bond, vinyl dance floor tape needs a characteristic called “conformability. While the floor surface appears to be flat and smooth, it has slight undulations and surfact texture that will be exposed to the adhesive coated side of the tape. Conformable tape will […]

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Dance Floor Tape – How To Get the Best Price

Dance Floor Tape – How To Get the Best Price

Dance Floor Tape – Don’t Get “Branded” buying it Dance floor tape is crucial for the temporary installation of dance floors.  It holds the seams together and keeps the edges firmly fixed to the floor. While dance floor tape is necessary to manage a dance floor, it’s not a very big deal in the tape […]

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Buy Dance Floor Tape Only $3.99

Buy Dance Floor Tape Only $3.99

Buy Dance Floor Tape Only $3.99 Are you in the market to buy dance floor tape?  DanceFloorTape.com has the best price for tape to install and secure your Marley Dance Floor. Dance pros know dance floor tape is necessary to install and maintain a dance floor.  But manufacturers sometimes “brand” this generic product with the […]

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Dance Floor Tape Is Marley Floor Tape

Dance Floor Tape Is Marley Floor Tape

Our Dance Floor Tape is Marley Floor Tape Marley Floor Tape is an industry standard term for professional dancers and dance studios.  But it’s important to understand the company that made Marley branded floors has been out of business since 1978. We field calls from customers looking for tape for their Marley floor. It’s interesting […]

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Marley Floors – The Dance Floor

Marley Floors – The Dance Floor

Marley Floors – Constructed of Four Layers Looks can be deceiving.  Marley Dance Floors, on the surface, look like a sheet of heavy duty vinyl.  In contrast, there is a lot more than meets the eye. First, dancers prefer floors that can absorb some shock, but which also “give back” some of the energy that […]

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Taping Dance Floors – Check For Nails

Taping Dance Floors – Check For Nails

Taping Dance Floors?  Check One Two First of all, before installing and taping dance floors, dance pros always check the floor surface.  Then they check for debris, nails, screws and anything with a point or a sharp edge.  Finally, they complete the task, unroll the floor and tape it down with dance tape for floors. […]

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