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Duck Brand
Join the movement of talented and creative folks who see endless possibilities from a roll of tape.
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Duck Brand Aug 7
Replying to @KHStevens91
You're welcome! We can't wait to see what the girls come up with!
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Duck Brand Aug 5
Replying to @MsWalkergfes
We'd love to see if we can do anything to help - and we do have a donation program! Please send us a donation request at the link below
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Duck Brand Jul 25
Replying to @dsilva13
We're so sorry to see this separation in the tape; this is very unusual. Please send a DM and let us know where and when this was purchased so that we can assist you further. Thanks in advance!
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Duck Brand Jul 22
Replying to @callie_mt
We'd love to see if there is anything we can do to help! Please fill out our donation request form at the link below
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Duck Brand Jul 15
Replying to @AnnieElisebeth
Hi Annie - Can you tell us what product you are commenting about? Tahnks!
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Duck Brand Jun 4
Replying to @reality_ruins
Hi there! Please send an email to askus@shurtech.com. Thanks!
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Duck Brand Jun 4
Replying to @sarah__y
We hope our tips help. Unfortunately, we would not recommend our adhesive remover on porous surfaces as staining may occur. If you need additional assistance, please feel free to send us a DM.
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Duck Brand Jun 4
Replying to @sarah__y
You can try an oil and grease fighting dish soap or other degreaser, but you may need to test first to make sure it is safe for your paint. You could also put a baking soda paste over the stain and let it dry. That should absorb most of the stain.
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Duck Brand May 2
Replying to @JoeyJohns29
We're sorry to hear you experienced paint tear, and we'd like to get more information to understand better why this happened. Please send a DM and let us know more about the paint tear you experienced. Thanks in advance!
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Duck Brand Apr 26
Replying to @DrHuxtable_
The gold and chrome duct tapes have a metalized polyethylene film backing.
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Duck Brand Apr 15
Replying to @AlKorz
We make different grades of duct tape that very in strength and thickness. For more information see here:
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Duck Brand Mar 4
Replying to @mrsdlaff3
Shoutout to all those students who pledged to against bullying! 🙌
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Duck Brand Feb 26
Replying to @JTprintstees
We're sorry to see the masking tape is not holding and would like to get some more information. Please send us a DM. Thanks!
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Duck Brand Feb 18
Replying to @t_denger
They're gonna need a lot more than tape after that crash 😬
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Duck Brand Feb 15
Just let us know when (we already know where!) ;)
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Duck Brand Feb 15
We'll never tire of this classic debate. 😊
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Duck Brand Feb 15
Replying to @FINALLEVEL
Let us settle the argument once and for all: Both are correct! Duck Tape is our brand name for duct tape. (BUT if we had to pick one, of course we prefer "Duck Tape.")👌
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Duck Brand Feb 15
Stop by and say hey sometime, Michael!
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Duck Brand Feb 15
We think "they" might be onto something 😉
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