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Lesson Plans


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Diane L. (mselle)
Mon, 20 Apr 1998 20:49:46 -0400

Dear Dawn, et al.. re. your inquiry about adhesives, I found two that work
for me when mounting a class exhibition. I have found that Wall mounting
Tabs, 7225, produced by 3M really work. I can stick them on the hall's
walls, or just about any surface and they hold up the art work. The come
off easy, just pull when ready. The other thing is Doublesided rug tape by
Manco, Inc. You might have a problem getting it off surfaces that you
don't want it to stay on, but you can use it to stick papers, objects
together and then mount the constuction (2-D, or shallow relief,
experiment,) with the Wall Tabs.

3M Company
3M Center Bldg. 223-3S-03, St Paul MN, 55144
(Wall Mounting Tabs)


Manco, Inc.
32150 Just Imagine Dr. Avon, Ohio 44011
(Double sided rug tape)