White Cotton Gloves [One Size] (2 Pairs)
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White Cotton Gloves [One Size] (2 Pairs)

Item #: 26LIGLVCWCG2
Brand: Lithco
FAQ: 1 Questions, 1 Answers
  • Eliminate fingerprints.
  • Made from smooth, lightweight, durable and washable 100% cotton.
  • Color: White
  • Size: One Size Fits All
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Overview

Lithco White Cotton Gloves eliminate fingerprints. White cotton inspector’s gloves are made from smooth, lightweight, durable and washable 100% cotton. Protect sensitive materials including film, plates, ink jet prints, photographs, circuit boards and more. Interchangeable from left to right hands and one size fits most.

Specifications

Item #GLOVESCOTTON-GRP
ManufacturerLithco, Inc.
Quantity2 Pairs or 48 Pairs / Box
SizeOne Size Fits All
ColorWhite
MaterialCotton
Shipping Weight (lbs)1
Product Weight (lbs)0.2

Description

Lithco White Cotton Gloves eliminate fingerprints. White cotton inspector’s gloves are made from smooth, lightweight, durable and washable 100% cotton. Protect sensitive materials including film, plates, ink jet prints, photographs, circuit boards and more. Interchangeable from left to right hands and one size fits most.

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How to make a GOframe 1500 Pro Bar stretched canvas (without using glue)

Transcript: To begin, gather all the components you need. Your print on canvas, GOframe 1500 Pro Bars in the correct length for your finished frame, a set of GOframe Pro Bar Corners, some corner pins and tensioning inserts, a cutting tool and a bottle of archival quality glue.

Start by removing the adhesive liner from the wide piece of tape on the front of the bar. Insert each bar into the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners using the built-in notches and grooves to ensure each bar lays flat.

To assist in al...
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To begin, gather all the components you need. Your print on canvas, GOframe 1500 Pro Bars in the correct length for your finished frame, a set of GOframe Pro Bar Corners, some corner pins and tensioning inserts, a cutting tool and a bottle of archival quality glue.

Start by removing the adhesive liner from the wide piece of tape on the front of the bar. Insert each bar into the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners using the built-in notches and grooves to ensure each bar lays flat.

To assist in aligning your canvas frame, we recommend marking each corner point. This can be done by holding your canvas up to the light and placing a small pencil mark on each corner where the edge effect on your print meets the original image. These will be the corners of your finished canvas.

Position your canvas frame face down on the back of your print and place the holes on the Goframe 1500 pro corner clamps over the pencil marks.

Ensure that you are happy with the position of your frame, and then apply pressure to each of the bars to secure it to the back of your canvas.

Use the GOframe 1500 pro bar corners as a guide to cut diagonal lines across each corner of your frame. Then use the internal guide on the corners to make a small cut into each corner of your canvas; this will create the tabs needed for a clean corner finish on your stretch canvas. Remove the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners and store them in a safe place for future use.

Next, remove the release liner from the narrow piece of tape on the top of each bar. Lift each edge of the canvas to wrap the bar. Apply pressure to secure it in-place. Trim off the excess canvas from the edge of your frame. Use the edge of the wooden bar as a guide to ensure you make a straight cut.

Fold up each corner tab and apply pressure to secure them to each bar. To create the edges of your finished canvas, lift the bars so that the corners meet and insert the corner fastener to hold the bars in-place; do this by using the ends of the fastener pins to find the holes in the wooden bar and then apply pressure to secure.

Finish your frame by using the tensioning inserts. Simply align each insert with the grooves on the back of each bar, then apply pressure to secure in-place.

How to make a GOframe 1500 Pro Bar stretched canvas (using glue)

Transcript: To begin, gather all the components you need. Your print on canvas, GOframe 1500 Pro Bars in the correct length for your finished frame, a set of GOframe Pro Bar Corners, some corner pins and tensioning inserts, a cutting tool and a bottle of archival quality glue.

Start by removing the adhesive liner from the wide piece of tape on the front of the bar. Insert each bar into the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners using the built-in notches and grooves to ensure each bar lays flat.

Place your prin...
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To begin, gather all the components you need. Your print on canvas, GOframe 1500 Pro Bars in the correct length for your finished frame, a set of GOframe Pro Bar Corners, some corner pins and tensioning inserts, a cutting tool and a bottle of archival quality glue.

Start by removing the adhesive liner from the wide piece of tape on the front of the bar. Insert each bar into the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners using the built-in notches and grooves to ensure each bar lays flat.

Place your print face down on your clean work surface. Then position your frame face down on top. The notches around the edge of the corner clamps can be used as a guide to ensure the frame is centered.

Once you are happy with the position of your frame, apply pressure to each of the bars to secure it to the back of your canvas.

Remove the GOframe 1500 Pro Bar Corners and store them in a safe place for future use.

Trim around the edges to remove the excess canvas using the wooden bars as a guide to ensure your cut is straight. Then trim diagonally across each corner. Cut into each corner at a 45-degree angle to create corner tabs. These will give a clear corner finish on your stretched canvas frame.

Gently lift each bar and apply a thin bead of glue down the length between the bar and the canvas. If too much glue is applied, simply wipe away the excess with a clean cloth before continuing.

Fold up each corner tab and apply pressure to secure them to each bar. To create the edges of your finished canvas, lift the bars so that the corners meet. Using the pre-drilled holes in each bar, insert the corner pins to hold the bars in-place.

Finish stretching your canvas with the tensioning inserts. Simply align each insert with the grooves on the back of each bar, then apply pressure to secure in-place.

Your frame is now finished. But if you desire a cleaner finish on the back, the narrower piece f tape on the top of each bar can be removed.

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