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Sometimes Friction Is A Good Thing

Filed in Anti-Slip Tape Tips, friction tape by on July 21, 2015 • views: 621

We spend a lit of our time and energy trying, literally and figuratively, to reduce friction. Friction tape is for just the opposite.  That is, increasing friction.  In this case, the word “friction” is a synonym for “grip”. When you need to insure a slip proof grip on a tool, say a hammer handle, or […]

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