Worst Double-sided Tape Issue Finally Solved / Le pire problème du ruban double-face finalement réglé

Lorsque coupé avec des ciseaux ou un couteau, le ruban double-face est très difficile à dégager de son film protecteur arrière (flèche). Cela vous rappelle quelque chose ?

When cut with shears or a knife, the double-sided tape is very difficult to separate from its back protection strip (arrow). Does it tell remind you something ?

Worst Double-sided Tape Issue Finally Solved / Le pire problème du ruban double-face finalement réglé


Il est de beaucoup préférable de déchirer le ruban (cercles) ce qui produit une texture inégale qui améliore la prise. Essayez !

It is much preferable to tear off the tape (circles) what produces uneven texture that improve the grip. Try it !


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5 Responses to Worst Double-sided Tape Issue Finally Solved / Le pire problème du ruban double-face finalement réglé

  1. Joe S. Vogler says:

    I’ve worked extensively with DF tape for over 30 years. You might try picking at the corner of the liner layer with a very sharp pointy x-acto blade. Works for me.

  2. Joe S. Vogler says:

    Also, the really good stuff can’t be torn with fingers. It must be cut with scissors or knife.

  3. nel2lar says:

    If when you try to remove the backing like you do just proves to me the tape is a superior tape and just what I’m looking for. When you tear the tape it sometimes twists it up and it will not lay flat.
    Cheers

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