Tape that has a reflective surface on it to catch light. Often used by bycicle riders at night so that drivers can see them when the headlights reflect off the tape.
Your best bet for reflective tape comes from the people who make the most tape in the world: 3M. Bicyclists swear by their Scotchlite Reflective Tape. This can be found at any good bicycle store. Look for light colors like silver or white, and avoid darker colors like red for best reflective quality.
Reflective tape can be obtained from various locations. Office Depot, Target and WalMart all offer a selection. Try Ebay or Amazon if you prefer to shop online.
I have found a number of online sites that offer reflective tape for sale. You should be able to purchase this from the Home Depot online site as well as from sites such as Amazon and Ebay.
Glass bead tapes are the oldest and most common retro reflective tape. These tapes reflect light via thousands upon thousands of small glass beads embedded into the tape. Each glass bead reflects light back to the source.
Hazard tape tends to be a tape that is used to make other people aware that there is a hazard in the taped area. It tends to be bright and reflective, typically colored in a yellow and black diagonal striped pattern.
One idea is to dress up in all black, get white reflective tape and tape it in differing widths around your body. Guess what you are? A UPC Code!
Website stores such as "Findtape" has fluorescent as well as neon tape for sale. They have flourescent duck tape for sale in orange, green, yellow and red from approximately $10 to $14. They also have Duck Brand color tape starting at $3.57 per roll according to their website. Another good website to check out is "Identi-Tape". They have a huge selection of tape for any practical situation such as high-intensity reflective fluorescent tape for use at night by emergency crews and law enforcement. They also have reflective gaffer and label type-tapes in fluorescent form.
3M Reflective Tape is usually attached to cycling gear such as bikes and helmets and the person's clothes so the person riding the bike can be see in the dark by other cyclists and motorists.
Reflective gear is a must have, or at least reflective tape that can be added to a jacket, helmet and pant leg. You also need to have a good head light and back light, as well as reflectors on your wheels.
Wear reflective tape keep a flashlight and when they come to the door shine the flashlight in there eyes grab the bowl and run
The verb reflect has the participles reflecting and reflected (both adjectives), as well as reflective (creating a reflection). The noun reflection also has an adjective form reflectional (done by reflection or contemplation). The adjectives have somewhat overlapping connotations. Examples: reflecting telescope, reflecting pool reflected light, reflected images reflective tape, reflective film