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Archival Methods Linen Tape - 1" x 60 yd Roll - White

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Archival Methods Linen Tape - 1" x 60 yd Roll - White

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Archival Methods White Linen Tape is perfect for hinging window mats, map or pamphlet folders or for bookbinding applications.

The artwork is not finished until the print is correctly matted. Traditional tape (adhesive or otherwise) will lead to corrosion and gradual degradation of your mat. What is needed for true archival protection, is an archival tape that will not injure the mat. Archival Methods Linen Tape provides that medium.

Note: Linen tape should not be used directly on artwork. The thickness of the linen and the strength of the adhesive make this type of tape a poor choice for hinging artwork. Unfortunately this product was recommended for hinging artwork in some literature in the past

Made of cambric-quality, tightly-woven linen which is acid-free
Contains no starch fillers and will not flake or become brittle
The pH-neutral, water-activated adhesive will securely hold the window mat to the backing board
Use the 1.5" tape for larger mats over 20" long
Dimensions 1" x 60 yd (25 mm x 55m)
Archival Methods Linen Tape - 1" x 60 yd Roll - White
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