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5/16" Scalloped Copper Foil - 1.5 Mil by Venture Tape

$11.95 USD
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Item# 5598
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Product Features

  • Scalloped foil adds a decorative edge to your glass
  • Flexible copper foil created for the stained glass artisan
  • High tack and heat resistant adhesive back securely holds foil in place
  • Use when working with opalescent glass, and transparent glass when you will be using copper patina

Product Description

Top quality, Venture brand foil. 108 feet long. 1.5mil thick. 5/16" wide. Use New Wave scalloped foil to add decorative touches to your glass.

Telling your foil apart is easy with Venture Foil Tape. The inside ring for 1.5mil is always orange for easy identification.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Venture Tape Scalloped Foil
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Pros : Adheres to glass very nicely and it is easy to remove from backing to glass.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Plan to use a little patience and be careful on curves and thin glass to be sure you apply evenly. This can be difficult and may need some trial and error.
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  •   no stickys
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Pros : Very decorative! gives plain boring pieces that extra umph!
Cons : every roll I've ever got seems to not want to stick well and peels up on the edges after soldering. they need to work on making the glue stick better.
Other Thoughts : I usually have to end up using some super glue to edges that dont want to stick after soldering
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   scalloped copper foil
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Pros : Easy to handle, nice decorative edge, especially for patchwork projects or christmas trees, stockings, angels, etc.
Cons : Wish there was a black back version.
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