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No. The solvent is used to remove the old double faced tape; then to allow the new grip to slide onto the new double faced tape.

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If you're using water activated grip tape then the proper solvent to use is water with just a little shampoo added. Otherwise, the use specialized grip tape solvent, or maybe mineral spirits.

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