Get professional mounting results easily with this self-trimming adhesive. Dry mounting without heat, sprays, or odors. No machine required. Allows repositioning before permanent bonding. Formulated for sensitive papers and colors that can't hold up to heat, as well as thin papers and digital printouts. Convenient application, every time, anywhere. For professional artists and framers for mounting, paste-up work, laminating, burnishing, and matting.
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Is the adhesive museum quality and / or archival for mounting art work?- Asked by Ed S Brickler on 28-Oct-13
The Scotch Positionable Mounting Adhesive is photo safe and acid free, but not truly archival.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Oct-13
How do you use this to mount digital photos?- Asked by Geoff on 08-Oct-13
For dry mounting, place your photo on the sticky side and burnish. Trim and peal away the back side, then mount.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Oct-13
Can this be used to stick a batik print to backing?- Asked by firstname.lastname@example.org on 19-Jul-13
Scotch Positionable Mounting Adhesive 568 is recommended for use on thin papers and digital printouts. It is not recommended for use on cloth or fabric.- Answered by MisterArt on 22-Jul-13
Will this adhere well to hard plastic such as a clear, plastic storage container?- Asked by KJ on 16-Apr-13
Yes, the Scotch Positionable Mounting Adhesive 568 will bond as a laminating film.- Answered by MisterArt on 17-Apr-13
Do you know if this product has an archival quality? I am looking for a way to mount fine art photography to Dibond and need UV protection for my prints.- Asked by Tom Clements on 29-Nov-12
This Mounting Adhesive is acid-free and archival. However, it does not provide UV protection.- Answered by MisterArt on 01-Dec-12
How do you avoid wrinkles or bubbles?- Asked by bill on 07-Oct-12
Each adhesive roll comes with a squeegee that can be used to smooth the adhesive down onto the surface you are applying it to.- Answered by MisterArt on 12-Oct-12
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