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    Thanks all, for your help. Looks like bookbinders or gaffers tape will fit the bill and double thanks for question about removing the old stuff first!

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    Another suggestion: after peeling the tape away, try Motsenbocker's Lift Off #2 Tape Remover to get any residual adhesive off. It's available in a well stocked hardware store.

    Charley

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    Which of the many book tapes at Gaylord would you guys recommend. The Filmoplast is more than $35 per 33 foot roll. Is it the best?

    Thank you.
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    Young Camera Company

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    Try: www.TalasOnline.com Nice folks, fun to poke around in their stockroom and see what tools bookbinders use. Check out their catalog.

    Filmoplast T is $12.90 for the 10 meter X 3cm (1.25 in); item TAD051001:

    http://apps.webcreate.com/ecom/catal...roductID=21116

    Be daring - get the red!

    Charley

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.d.ewen View Post
    Try: www.TalasOnline.com Nice folks, fun to poke around in their stockroom

    Be daring - get the red!

    Charley
    I got the black. Guess I am not daring. Thanks a lot for the link
    Barry Young
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    Lineco also makes a good bookbinding tape that goes for about $12 for a 15 yard roll. It is a 2" wide tape, cloth, self-adhesive. Most art supply stores carry their products - I have found it in both Pearl Paint and Utrecht. MisterArt and Dick Blick carry it on their websites.

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    http://www.misterart.com/store/view/...epair-Tape.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Dozer View Post
    This question came up probably 2 or 3 years ago and I believe it was Sandy King who recommended bookbinders tape from Gaylord Library Supply. I got some and it works great. Sorry, I don't remember the product number. Maybe Sandy will see this and respond.

    I prefer the Bookcraft cloth tape with release backing to the Filmoplast. The Bookcraft is cotton cloth, but made waterproof with a vinyl coating. It comes in rolls of 5, 15 and 30 yards. If you wanted a roll 5 yards X 3" wide the order number would be CW-2559R-01 and costs $10.85. The 01 designation is black. Other colors are available. You can repair a lot of holders with 5 yards of tape.

    www.gaylord.com

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    I just fixed a Fidelity Elite with some Thermoplast T. Worked very well. Talas has some odd colors on closeout and I bought red for $8.65.
    Neal

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    Whoo-Hoo! Apuggers gone wild!

    Quote Originally Posted by wilsonneal View Post
    I just fixed a Fidelity Elite with some Thermoplast T. Worked very well. Talas has some odd colors on closeout and I bought red for $8.65.
    Neal

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