contact paper

contact paper

[′kän‚takt ‚pā·pər]
(graphic arts)
Photographic paper designed to be exposed when directly in contact with a reproducible document.
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Or use clear contact paper to achieve the same effect.
Conducting further research to prevent the migration of mineral oils from food contact paper and board materials
While the Proxel LS Preservative has proven ideal for the paints and coatings industry, it is also finding wide application in an array of allied areas such as inks, emulsions, and binders, as well as adhesives, non-food contact paper, cellulosic materials, and construction chemicals.
Sometimes it's simply about adding visual sizzle, like a wash of metallic paint, geometric patterns cut from contact paper or a charming stripe of washi tape.
Turn an old wooden stool into a showcase side table with marbleized contact paper and metallic spray paint.
The expertise of my peers came to my aid again, with a suggestion from Dana, one of the other youth services librarians, to use repositionable contact paper to affix the pictures to the windows and other surfaces in the teen area.
Glassware to be etched, Rubbing Alcohol, Armour Etch Glass Etching Cream, Stencil Tape or Painter's Tape, Foam Cutting Board and X-Acto Knife, Adhesive Stencil Film or Contact Paper, design of choice
Food contact paper, decor paper, coffee and tea filter paper, and cigarette paper.
Halfway to the mangroves, their flashlights, covered in red contact paper, caught something hulking and round being battered by the waves.
Mutu used ink, acrylic, collage, and contact paper on Mylar in a large size of 81 x 52 inches.
Meant to create resistance to oil, grease, and water in paper products while reducing processing and performance problems, AG-E070 is FDA-approved for food contact paper applications.
Great way to label your jars: I buy contact paper that is plain, and cut it in strips about three of the squares that are on the back, wide.