In Chemistry class in school we are taught that the pH scale measures how acidic or basic a substance is. Vinegar is acidic while ammonia is basic. Pure water is neutral, neither acidic nor basic.
What does this have to do with adhesive tape? The acid in the composition of the adhesive can migrate to your precious artwork, your beautiful scrapbook projects or photos. Tapes that are not pH Neutral will most certainly cause imperfections to your work especially over time.
Using the highly versatile white Pro? Artist Tape for hinging artwork, scrapbooking or photo projects can help to preserve them a lot longer; Continue reading
In the world of gaffers tape, not all products are created equal. For 40 years Pro Gaff? has been setting the standard and?leading the pack. What sets Pro Gaff? apart from all other gaffers tape is engineering and technology…That’s right, there’s technology in every roll of Pro Gaff?! Synthetic Rubber Adhesive Technology.
Here’s 5 reasons why Pro Gaff?’s Synthetic Rubber Adhesive (SRA Technology) is superior to all other adhesives used in gaffers tape: Continue reading