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Good quality, but not the strongest. Recommend only for light trim. If you need the best adhesion, as for heavy attachments, use 3M 06392 tape. It costs a lot more, but you'll get what you pay for!
Notes: 3M rates 06384 as "Better" grade; it rates 06392 as "Exceptional" grade. Both are in their "Plus" line. Also note that the initial tack of all acrylic tapes decreases dramatically over time: always use FRESH attachment tape (i.e., check the date codes!).
Decided to install a carbon fiber spoiler with 3M 06384 Automotive Acrylic tape, rather than with the recommended Betalink glue. Decision was based on ability to eventually remove the spoiler - with the glue the Installation would have been permanent. Bottom line - the 3M tape is a solid install that went as expected. But be advised that careful preparation is a necessity.
I first sanded the underside of the spoiler with fine grit sandpaper, wiped with tack cloth, then cleaned with isopropyl alcohol.
Next, installed the 3M tape to the spoiler underside in two continuous runs - along the leading and trailing surfaces. Cleaned the car trunk with isopropyl alcohol, then used a hair dryer on both the trunk and spoiler underside (before removing the 3M tape release backing).
Finally, removed the release backing and carefully placed the spoiler onto the trunk (within previously marked points). Applied firm pressure, then taped the spoiler firmly down overnight.
Have been driving for two weeks now in all kinds of weather and at freeway speeds, with no sign of separation. Wonderful product!
Wanted to wait a bit to post a review. This stuff STICKS liked it was welded on! Used it to attach a spoiler to my truck and it's held incredibly. Not a budge. Through Boston winter temperature fluctuations and many car washes, not a hint of failure. The only tape better than this is outrageously expensive and according to a friend, that own a very high-end automotive customization and body shop, it's not worth the added expense for a very minimal improvement. A warning though: Get it right the first time because you will NOT get a second chance.
Take your time, have patience, and you'll be just fine!
Tape was used to repair truck fender flare. The old tape was no longer holding in a few areas. After removing old tape from flare and cleaning area with alchohol I applied this 3M tape but only removing protective strip from side sticking to flare. Real easy to work with and seemed to adhere to fender flare very well. I mounted fender flare to fender and gradually removed protective strip as I pressed flare onto fender. Also was quite simple to do. After 1 month since installation the fender flare is pulling away slightly in one spot. I keep applying pressure to that spot but gradually the tape releases and does not adhere to that spot. A little disappointed, but hopefully no further issues as time will tell. But overall happy with how easy it was to work with and hopefully will be completely happy if it continues to hold.