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- Date: Tue, 07 Jul 2009 15:06:16 -0400
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I just received a bottle of Beacon Adhesives™ Fabri-Tac™
permanent adhesive. It claims “Acid and lignin free”.
I would never use it for prints as I use either hinges or
corners and never anything permanent to hold a print behind a window matte.
But I have always wondered what I might use in the same “framing
environment” (within the frame, under the glass, on the edges of the window
or back matte, etc) as a print that would neither leach nor outgas chems
that might affect the permanence of a print.
Do any of you know anything about this product? Is it safe to
use in the framing environment of a print?
CHEERS FROM BARBADOS!