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Scotch® 137 Photo Safe Double-Sided Tape, 1/2" x 400", Pack Of 2
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Scotch® 137 Photo Safe Double-Sided Tape, 1/2" x 400", Pack Of 2

Item # 909955 OfficeMax # 20349277
Coated with photo-safe, permanent adhesive on both sides
  • A no-mess alternative to glue for light-duty attaching and mounting tasks.
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Coated with photo-safe, permanent adhesive on both sides
  • A no-mess alternative to glue for light-duty attaching and mounting tasks. 

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Item # 909955 
Manufacturer # 137DM-2  
tape length 400 inches
tape width 1/2 inch
dispenser included yes
quantity 2
water-resistant no
acid free no
core diameter 1 inch
material acetate
brand name Scotch
manufacturer 3M Company
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
double-sided yes
Product Type tape

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Scotch? 137 Photo Safe Double-Sided Tape, 1/2 x 400, Pack Of 2 4.7 5 253 266
Double sided tape This is the best invention ever! I have been crafting for years and have used it consistently; there was one time when it was not in stock so I bought another brand. What a bad idea! It was thick and "clunky" to use. I will shop around/wait until Scotch tape is available and then buy lots of it! December 4, 2014
Great Tape Poor Instructions I bought this tape to mount photo prints in matting and frames and the tape works fine once I came to this site and found that you had to roll past the protective backing to get to the two sided part. Nowhere on the box or the roll does it state this unless it is on the printing on the backing that is in three languages I do not read. What about ENGLISH folks? November 5, 2014
Ms I find so many uses for Scotch Double sided tape in scrapbooking, cutting and pasting before copying flyers for my office, special projects like Holiday cards, and even attaching cash to a greeting card, or when I add a gift card to a store to a greeting card so it won't get misplaced. December 13, 2013
Better than all the rest! I made the mistake of buying a less expensive brand of double sided tape. I was using it to put pictures on a poster board to hang at school. Big mistake. The pictures kept falling off. Lesson learned...only use Scotch brand tapes! November 11, 2013
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I would like to archive my photographs and papers, and would like to know if this product is free from acid. I would like to use it to seal encapsulation with mylar. Is it safe?
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Astrid
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1 year, 6 months ago
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3M wrote to me saying "Our Book Tape #845 is not acid free but will not deteriorate over time causing possible damage and subsequent repair.

If you need any further assistance, please feel free to contact us directly at 1-800-328-6276. We are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 - 4:30 CT."
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Thanks for asking! The Scotch? Permanent Double - Sided Tape - Item# 909955 is not an acid free tape. It is a Photo Safe product, which means that it has passed the industry standard Photographic Activity Test. The test uses fading, spotting or staining detectors to evaluate whether enclosure materials, inks and adhesives are safe to use with silver photographic images. As of 1997, the test is done on negatives, as well as the fronts and backs of both color and black & white photographic prints. Products which pass this test will not damage or change the image on negatives or photographic prints. 3M has this testing performed by an independent laboratory.
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