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----- Original Message ----- From: <WMPapke@aol.com> > Hi > > New here, but I have used a product called Rollataq by Daige. You can get a > hand applicator or machine. The material is positionable until it drys. > Then it is well fastened to the substrate. The "glue" is water based and is > probably acrylic in nature. Drys transparent. I have used it to attach > epson type paper to foam board. > A roller or a squeegee is useful in getting a good flat application. snip > Bill Bill: Is Rollataq a viable alternative to 'hot' dry mounting in your opinion? I see it in magazines, but an art store type poo poo'd it as a permanent mounting adhesive, so I've yet to try it. bob snow - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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