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Frame sealing tape vs Backing paper on frames

dgillilan

Williamsburg, US
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dgillilan Silver Member Nikonian since 15th May 2006
Wed 23-Oct-13 11:42 AM



Hello,
Would someone tell me the circumstances when the use of frame sealing tape on the back of a frame, rather than the use of backing paper applied to double sided tape on the back and then trimmed, would be a more appropriate use? I can only come up with the instance of if you already have the sawtooth hanger nailed in the frame, or if you prefer not to have backing paper. I see that the frame sealing tape is very permanent and requires mineral spirits to remove, which I did not realize was so permanent.

Thank you, Debra

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