Getting the most out of you transfer tape
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Getting the most out of you transfer tape

Have your transfer tape cut to sizes 1" up to your max vinyl size. By doing this you will be paying by the inch instead of by the separate roll sizes.

Reasons:

  1. When you tape off something that is 5.5" you can use 6" tape instead of 12" and wasting the extra tape.
  2. Having to cover a solid piece of 24" vinyl w/ 2 pieces tape and having a crease line right through the middle after you apply it.
  3. Every size (if cut straight) could be used to create your straight line and just measure down to the top of the tape. (most text will have 2 points to tape off to.) eg.1 -access- the C's and S's would be stright w/ each other. eg.2 -vinyl- just place a registration box to tape off to.


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