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4 of 5 ideal for map repairs July 24, 2020
Reviewer: Eric Jarvis from Marske Richmond, NORTH YORKS United Kingdom  
ideal for map reinforcement and repair

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5 of 5 Repair Tissue March 31, 2020
Reviewer: Peter Samuel from WEYMOUTH, DORSET United Kingdom  
Thank you for a fast delivery of a quality product

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5 of 5 Great product November 12, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Newcastle upon tyne, NORTHUMBERLAND United Kingdom  
Easy to use and great finish

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5 of 5 March 28, 2019
Reviewer: Deborah Hinton from St Austell, CORNWALL United Kingdom  
Excellent product delivered swiftly and efficiently

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5 of 5 Online ordering February 9, 2019
Reviewer: Stephen Williams from Lower Hutt, New Zealand  
Dear David,
Filmoplast just arrived safe and sound after usual lengthy delay this end due to inefficient customs.  Online ordering procedure was simple and goods arrived in NZ via Parcelforce quickly. Well packaged.  Thanks very much,

Best Wishes,

Steve.

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5 of 5 Filmoplast repair tissue. September 13, 2018
Reviewer: Philip Clarke from SOMERSET United Kingdom  
Standing on my bookshelf is a 75 year-old book, in reasonable condition for it's age. It is Crown Octavo in size and has a number of bound-in paper maps which fold out to between 40 and 48 cm in width and between 125% and 150% of the height of the book. Most are getting fragile and some have lost parts of their edges, but fortunately none have been repaired with adhesive tape.

I used this repair tissue to reinforce each of the maps by attaching it to their rear side, whilst they were still in-situ; using a domestic iron and a thin board to support each map during the application process.

I am very pleased with the results: it strengthens the maps and, since it is attached to the back, its presence is discreet.

This was done very recently so I can't comment on stability nor ageing, but I would use the same technique again should the need arise.

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4 of 5 Recommended June 18, 2018
Reviewer: Andrew from Edinburgh, MIDLOTH United Kingdom  
Good. Attaches easily using an iron, but would ideally be more transparent.

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