Essential gig equipment to avoid trip hazards is sticky tape for fastening down those chaos driven cables and wires. If any of those cables and bits of equipment are near audience walkways though you need to make it visible. Yes , you may be insured through the musicians union and the venue may be insured but you want to be having a conversation on the claim form or worse still in court that that you did everything practical to highlight and protect the trip hazard. I've had one of the rugs in my music room taped down with this stuff for a couple of weeks and it's highly durable and highly visible and yet easy to remove when needed. Recommended.
Good quality hazard tape. Stuck nicely to the stage surface we have (mainly carpet covered), and stayed stuck even with quite a lot of foot traffic over it.
Didn't leave any residue when we removed it.
Be a bit careful when applying it, it stretches a bit when you pull it off the roll. Make sure it's not stretched when you stick it down, or it will contract and pull up at the end, or corners if you have overlapped it.
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