Pariah wrote: Kirk wrote: obvs wrote:
Farmerkev wrote: C. Ives wrote: Pariah wrote: Kirk wrote: Pariah wrote: Kirk wrote:
Its a BOPP (biaxially oriented polypropylene) film with acrylic adhesive, i.e. pretty typical tape. It should not be any quieter than typical tapes in use. If you want a quiet tape, buy a tape with PVC film and isoprene adhesive.http://www.eurocel.it/contenuti/prodott ... PP36NN.pdf
Kirk, don't ever change.
If you want me to laugh, it needs to be a real joke. Not something misogynistic. Yes, I will retreat to technically correct when things are in bad taste.
This confuses me.
Yeah, me too.
Tape to put over a woman's mouth is how he took the picture.
Not "doesn't make noise when you peel it"?
If you want tape that does not make much noise when you peel if off the roll, use my technically correct answer. If you want a darker interpretation, use Pariah's guestimate.
I really don't know what you are on about. My comment "Kirk, don't ever change" was because you provided a technical document to back up your assertion.
I am 100% baffled by the response about taping a woman's mouth.
You are not the only person to use that phrase with me. Often it is used as a slam on me. As for the rest, the cynic in me considers all apparent possibilities when trying to come up with a potential response. I generally try to keep things on the positive side. However the cynic got the best of me and I figured the dark intent might have been what people noticed this time around. My apologies.
Regarding the technical details on the tape, the link is Eurocel's data sheet on their tape. I needed that to get information on the film and adhesive they were using. After I had that, I could give an opinion from personal experience. I've used many many different types of tapes.