A caution tape is a bright-colored tape used to fend off people from coming through certain areas. It is commonly used to catch the attention of everyone who's passing not to enter a site that is probably a hazardous property or, in some cases, ongoing construction.
Harley Quinn's colorful jacket made from strips of caution tape has become popular since appearing in several recently released teasers and photos for Warner Bros.' Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).
Our PTR Caution Tape is ideal for quick net set-ups for tennis and pickleball in a large variety of situations. Easily create mini courts to allow large groups of children to play at the same time without standing in lines! Options include tying to fences, chairs, benches, and even for volley drills on grass in your backyard by tying between two trees! Or, use foam balls and play in your living room! Durable 3 mil thickness allows you to reuse one piece over and over again. Another creative idea for use is to tie between two side fences to raise the height of the net to help players hit with more arc OR under the PTR Caution Tape to hit lower over the net as needed for pickleball. 3-inch wide x 500 feet per roll. Highest quality tape available.
Yellow Barrier Tape is a High Vis yellow plastic tape that states, \"CAUTION.\" This black and yellow caution tape is commonly used in conjunction with Red 'Danger Asbestos' Barrier Tape further away from the containment area. Order construction tape for use at your next job site!
Barricade tape, also known as caution tape, danger tape, traffic tape, or barrier tape is a flexible ribbon used to alert people of a potentially hazardous area. They can be lengthened in front of a hazard to avert people from entering the area or stretched along a walkway to guide people to a safe area. Caution and danger tape are often used in warehouses, job sites, roads, and more. barricade tape can be used to prevent accidents and injuries by warning people to avoid certain areas. Our barricade tape is made of durable polyethylene and strong enough to endure both indoor and outdoor conditions.
As if the transformation of photographer Jay Maisel's mysterious, run-down megamansion at the corner of Bowery and Spring into fancy (albeit still graffiti-covered) office space weren't an obvious enough sign of gentrification, street artist Gilf spelled it out for us. Per Animal NY and Bowery Boogie, she sheathed the entrance of the corner building in yellow caution tape emblazoned with the words \"GENTRIFICATION IN PROGRESS.\" It might not be the best new public art to see around the city this summerespecially given that it's taken down, but it's sure making a statement expressed by many people over the course of 190 Bowery's sale and subsequent planned conversion to offices.
The caution tape was still in place, tattered and faded. But there was nothing left to keep people out of. What had once been a landscape of flowing streams and layered trees was now an abandoned dirt lot. Unable to sell it as planned, the city had simply left it to sit. Even now, faint tracks from the bulldozers and dump trucks still checkered the ground. Pushing open the gate, I made my way down through the hardened dirt to where the maple tree was, though it had been felled and was now nothing more than a ragged stump. 59ce067264