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FoxFire Multipurpose Illuminating Adhesive Strip

$6.25 - $176.35
SKU: FF-ILLUMSTRIP//In Stock

Details

Foxfire illuminating multipurpose adhesive strips combine Foxfire’s advanced photoluminescent technology with industrial grade adhesive.

This product has unlimited uses such as illuminating ladder beams, tools, railings, apparatus and more and is designed to withstand high temperatures. 

Features:
  • Will illuminate surroundings for hours when fully charged
  • Simply cut product to fit size you need
  • Available in three convenient sizes: 3 feet, 7 feet and 150 feet roll
  • Product width is 1 ¼”

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I mean, its Foxfire...come on...

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If you're looking at the product, you know you plan on getting it to WRAP something. Might as well BUY it. I DO suggest that you remember that the 3'option, like I got, is pretty much enough to wrap 2 tools, maybe more. I have a picture included of what MY 3' was used for...6 wraps on the NY Hook, and 4 on the spade is all you can get out of a 3'...

Q&A's:

"I have four jackets that I need to have this type of tape on it, will it work???? can it be washed and not come off???? if this will not work do you have anything that will work on jackets???"

This is not made to be applied to clothing, you will need something that can be sewn on or a heat transfer both are made by 3M, but not this product.

"can i put in on my orange fire cones"

Bob, only reason i can think of that you wouldn't be able to do this would be that the Adhesive wouldn't stick to the cone, I think if it were me I would do this,

"The product info indicates has to be ""fully charged"" for use. I assume like my wristwatch or my Big Ben Alarm Clock it has to be out in the sunlight to glow in the dark? If the item is kept in a locker or on-vehicle closed cabinet then no charge? How fast will it store a charge if exposed to light? Assuming it would have to be incandescent or sunlight? LED? Thanks! cm Salinas, ca"

I have requested more technical data from the manufacturer. If I get any good feedback, I will add it to our listing.

"How long does the glow last in the dark after it's been fully charged?"

Will illuminate surroundings for hours when fully charged, they didn't have a set time like 3 hours and 35 minutes.

"Thinking about putting this on the ground ladders on the sides of our ladder truck. How much light will these put off? We can't have excess light distracting the tillerman. If not going to use green scotchlite."

There's no doubt that this product will glow, the darker it is the brighter it will be. We don't see this to be a problem for your tiller, or anyone else on the apparatus, your going to be traveling on streets and roadway's with traffic all around you, it shouldn't be no more a problem than a scotchlite trim on a PPE would be

"We use the helmet bands and stickers with great results. Our dive team operates in zero to near zero visibility water. Is this tape waterproof? Would it stay on our tanks? Could we use the helmet bands around our tanks?"

Andy, we talked to the vendor and they said this would work got you, it will glow in the water, don't know if you would want the helmet bands for your bottles, how would you keep them in place? You might want to use this paint for your bottles, P/N FF-DIYKIT we stock this. The vendor also told us to pass on to you that things in the dark waters that glow also have the ability to attract some unwanted attention to yourself, ie large fish etc.

"Will this product work being cut through a vinyl cutter? I am looking to cut out helmet names and I am not sure if this is the product I should be looking for. It needs to be durable, withstand heat and I am hoping this would cut."

Jake the people at FoxFire said you should have no trouble using a vinyl cutter as long as you have a new blade. They also told us they can do this for you if you were to have trouble cutting the names,

"The product info indicates has to be ""fully charged"" for use. I assume like my wristwatch or my Big Ben Alarm Clock it has to be out in the sunlight to glow in the dark? If the item is kept in a locker or on-vehicle closed cabinet then no charge? How fast will it store a charge if exposed to light? Assuming it would have to be incandescent or sunlight? LED? Thanks! cm Salinas, ca"

I have the helmet band on my helmet. and it has recharged itself from headlights ,flashlights and scene lights while working on an active scene and during night time trainings