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For fast, easy, inexpensive mounting, without the mess of glues or sprays. Just peel off the easy-release, protective liner to expose the pressure-sensitive, medium-tack adhesive.
Quick Stik Foam Board allows for repositioning before pressure is applied. Just like standard foam board, it's lightweight and rigid, and it cuts easily with a knife or razor.
Adhesive is pH neutral. 3/16" (5 mm) thick, white sheets.
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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Comments about Elmer's Quick-Stik Self-Adhesive Foamboard:
a third the price of Gatorboard
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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never going back to standard foam board
from Milwaukee, WI
Can't stand using spray mount, even with a face mask. Self adhesive board is quick and easy. The adhesive is really strong and there is no odor. It's great.
Tricky to use with large photos
I am trying to use these adhesive boards with large photo prints. The photo paper is thin and almost drapes like a fabric, causing multiple problems. These boards grab the photo material and won't let go. It's immediately permanent without pressure. As you can guess, this has turned into a hot mess. The photo paper is actually the problem, but it would be much better if the board had some repositioning ability. Still searching for a smooth way to bond posters without buying a huge heated press table.
from Shippensburg, PA
I use these daily to mount posters for work. I used this one for a painting with acrylics. The back was being peeled off and stuck to a thick piece of foam for a dart board. I used spray paint first for the background, the board held its own, never warped or buckled, it was amazing!
Easy way to mount art work
By School Project
from New York, NY
Used this to mount 30 5 x 7 kids art work. Worked perfectly. Just note as the product description says, the adhesive is very sticky and won't allow repositioning. I ordered online from BlickArt and noted to provide extra packaging on the corners so the board wouldn't be damaged during shipping. Arrived in perfect condition.
Great service. Product was packaged great and delivered in perfect condition, on time.
As always excellent service and products
from New Bern, NC
Poster boards for mounted posters for large charitable events and commercial photo clients
from Atlanta, GA
I make wedding stationery and one of the products we offer is posters. People order seating charts, welcome signs, menus and the like, and we print them on our large format printer. We've used other foam core in the past and it just didn't hold. The paper would bubble up in the humidity and just looked really unprofessional. We even tried reinforcing it with double-sided tape, but you could see the strips under the paper. Then we tried Elmer's and it worked SO much better! So well in fact that we have to be super careful when we apply the posters b/c it doesn't allow for removal and replacement. The only negatives I'd give it is that it tends to bow and the packaging doesn't protect the corners very well so they often come a little beat up, but overall I think this is a great product and would highly recommend it!
It works - no spray required
By Leica Mike
from Seaford, NY
Cold mounting materials for temporary display is revolting when using spray adhesives. The spray smells and the sticky stuff gets in the air and all over the studio. Don't do that. Use adhesive coated boards instead. Just be careful how you place your originals. Avoid wrinkles and make sure your initial placement is correct.
A must have for photographers
By Professor J
from Springfield, MA 01105
No need to use adhesive sprays to mount photos on foam cord boards. Use of adhesive sprays in photo studio is not a good choice. If the area where the spray is us is not vented properly serious damage could occur to cameras, lenses, computer equipment and photographs.I would like to see the self-adhesive foam boards available in smaller sizes such as, 8x10in., 8.5x11in., 9x12in., 11x14in. or 16x20in.
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