#5 Best Sewing Supplies for 2011- Sealah Tape

by claudia buchanan on 06/01/2011

Decorating with Sealah Tape

SEALAH-NO-SEW ADHESIVE

This tape is the best kept secret for those who love to sew but do not have enough time!   Use Sealah Tape for mending, hemming pants, decorating, embellishing and more.  Stick It NO-SEW tape is a double sided, pressure sensitive, transparent, industrial strength, peel and stick adhesive.

It takes up to 24 hours to cure completely with just pressure. Ironing will set the adhesive faster, yet ironing is not necessary. It has built in forgiveness so that fabrics and trims can be placed just right.  It is user friendly and always stays flexible. It is acid free and so it never yellows.

It is also washable and dryable with most fabrics. It is a good idea to always test our adhesive with every fabric as they may be treated with non-stick repellent chemicals.
Our tape can be used on a variety of fabrics, trims wood metals, glass, leather and plastic – just about any surface. It is great for window treatments, trim applications, home decorating, crafting, lamp shades, scout badges and appliques, scrap booking, stamp embossing and repairs or all sorts. Most of your gluing can be done mess free and without burns.

Sealah-No Sew Tape – 30 yd rolls  Washable Double Sided Adhesive.

All tapes and adhesives are ROHS / REACH compliant. It will provide you and others with many short cuts to your work!

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Garvin Timmann January 22, 2011 at 18:44

so this is a high temperature melting tape?

Regards

Garvin Timmann – PR International Ltd
3 Kingley Park, Station Road, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, WD4 8GW, UK

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claudia January 26, 2011 at 09:01

The tape does not require heat to seal. It is also machine washable and dry able.

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Deana August 7, 2013 at 13:04

With havin so much written content do you ever run into
any issues of plagorism or copyright violation?
My site has a lot of unique content I’ve either written myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my authorization. Do you know any techniques to help stop content from being ripped off? I’d truly appreciate it.

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Claudia Buchanan August 13, 2013 at 09:45

The first step is to get your Google Authorship Authority. When you post the first time google will recognize you as the originator of the article. I suggest going to SEOTrainingSW and reading about Google Authorship. Roy is a great instructor.

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