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Reinforced Filament Scoring Tape for Concrete

DCS Scoring Tape Unlike a chalk line, the tape always provides a visible line to follow.Decorative Concrete Supply now offers an easier way to score concrete with the use of "Scoring Tape." The tape is a 1/2-inch reinforced filament tape with a black line down the middle and running the length of the roll. Unlike a chalk line, the tape always provides a visible line to follow. Scoring tape extends between two points and adhere's firmly to the surface. Once the tape is in place, simply following the black line with the saw to produce a clean, straight line. The tape is also marked DCS Scoring Tape tape extends between two points and adhere’s firmly to the surface. Once the tape is in place, simply following the black line with the saw to produce a clean, straight line. every 4-inches, so creating geometric patterns (tile patterns) will save labor while providing exact placement for your sawcutting of lines in the concrete.

For more information please call 800-788-0014 or visit the Decorative Concrete Supply Web site.

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