30 Aug '13, 8am

Return to the Backyard Tape Test

As I wrote in the original article, “I peeled back about 3 inches of each tape to judge its tenacity. Some samples were so tightly attached that it was impossible to pull them back that far. The ratings given in my test report are based on my own judgment of tenacity. ... I didn’t use any tools other than my eyes and my bare hands, so this backyard test makes no claims to scientific validity. I rated a tape highly if it was difficult to peel back. ... While it seems logical to me to favor tenacious tapes over tapes that don’t hold very well, I’ll leave it to readers to judge whether my criterion was valid.”

Full article: http://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/blogs/dept/musings/re...

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