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Mount photos, prints, drawings, crafts, fabric, wood, metal, and ceramics with Grafix Double Tack Mounting Film. It requires no moisture, glue, heat, or activator. Save by buying large sheets and then cutting them to the size you need.
Grafix Double Tack is acid free and archival! It has a twin coating of permanent adhesive on two sides of thin film, sandwiched between two heavy release papers. Lift up one of the release sheets, apply the sticky side to the subject, and then remove the other release paper before applying to the surface.
Handling Charge — When ordering sheets of paper or board larger than 18” x 24” in quantities of less than 10, a $3.00 per order handling fee applies. Paper or boards may be assorted to reach the quantity of 10.
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Double-sided mounting tape
Comments about Grafix Double Tack Mounting Film:
I was looking for double-sided tape to attach art work to foam core and the Grafix Double Tack Mounting Film worked well for me. In fact, this was really the only product which was able to handle heavier mountable material. The standard double-sided tape just isn't strong enough.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Does not work on Dura Lar film...leaves bubbles and wrinkles
from New Boston, TX
purchased to mount Grafix DuraLar film but it does not apply nicely at all. Leaves bubbles and wrinkles that cannot be removed . Disappointed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Buffalo, NY
I've always dry mounted artwork before but wanted to try this product. I used it to mount a drawing on a 14" x 15" sheet of Strathmore drawing paper onto foamcore board. The process is fairly simple and the paper mounted nice and flat onto the foamcore. I'm not sure I would use this for anything very large though unless I had a lot of practice and a second set of hands. I can only assume that the product is archival like stated
I would buy this product again.
By Picture Man
from Bradenton, FL
We used it for framing a puzzle and it worked quite well.
Mounting film easy
from Fairhope AL
It works to mount pastel paper to a board.
Less than great
from McAllen, tx
Their were wrinkles in the product that carried into the final sign. Doesn't look good
Merchant response: We're sorry to hear that the mounting film you received was faulty, and we're happy to replace it. Just call 1-800-723-2787 to speak to a Customer Care Agent.
I will never be without this again
By photo nut 2
So much neater and better than spray mount. Makes a permanent bond, so care is needed in placement.
double tack mounting tissue
By scissor connoisseur
from Seattle, WA
I've used it to mount photos to some of my 3D pieces. This would have been very time consuming if I had used another type of adhesive and also not as appropriate.
Perfect professional adhesive
By John A
This material is expensive but worth it. It is not forgiving at all - but makes up for it and it's permanence, it's much better than Studio Tac.
(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Christiansburg, VA
The 5" bowls seem like the very best thing for mixing watercolor, at least when you are painting 11x15 or maybe a little bigger. I can't picture how you would get enough pigment and water into one for a large area on a whole sheet, but I don't do that yet.They are easy to wash between paintings - you don't need to carry the palette to the sink. You can see the color you are getting without dabbing a side sheet, most of the time. I dip a little pigment with a color shaper and smear it around near the top edge of the bowl. That color shaper goes into a water container with about a 1/4" of water in the bottom. Then I dip the second pigment with a second color shaper and smear that in a different area of the porcelain bowl. I pop the second color shaper in the same water container with the first. Then with the brush, I mix the color in the porcelain bowl, grabbing enough of each pigment off the sides to make the color I want, and leaving what I don't need. If I haven't got enough of one pigment, I grab the color shaper that was used for gathering it out of the water container and get some more. This way, the pigments don't get wasted, the brush doesn't get ruined scrubbing pigment, and the pigments don't get contaminated.
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