My wife and I have a hiking trail map which was printed on glossy paper. We
are going to have it framed, to preserve our mountain hiking pursuits, and
we want it to last.
We have typed up our own map "legend," which will be included as an insert
in a blank area of the map. This insert measure about 4 x 5
Here is my question.... what is the best way to be sure that the insert,
printed on regular copier paper, will adhere to the glossy surface of the
map ? I suppose I could scotch tape it, but this doesn't seem
"permanent" or even "semi-permanent" to me.
Is there a glue that would adhere, long-time, to the glossy paper ?
Any ideas or comments will be appeciated !!
It wasn't until I'd read yer entire post and wondered what it had to
do with the subject line, which I then reread said subject line, that
I realized your post had absolutely nothing to do with Monsanto. ;)
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