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What is the difference between gafer.pl gloves?

One of the flagship products of gafer.pl are gloves. We originally thought of creating three glove models, but in the end there are five. This resulted from the feedback we received from customers. We feel that our product range fully meets the needs of the industry. Gloves from gafer.pl have...

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How do I check how much tape is left on a roll?

Do I have 5 metres left? Or maybe 10? We explain how to find out! Use the equation in the photo and you can quickly determine how much tape is left on the core. It's not a very accurate method that will give you the value to the centimetre, but it's much better than "at a guess" ;)

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Prolight+Sound 2024

We would like to invite you to visit our stand at the upcoming Prolight + Sound trade fair in Frankfurt. You will find us in hall 11.0 at stand D25 from 19 to 22 March. At our stand you will find our whole assortment! You will be able to try on gloves of every model in every size and choose...

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Which gloves to choose?

Gloves are indispensable equipment in the work of stage technicians, as their hands are most often exposed to the effects of many harmful factors. Appropriate gloves provide protection even in extreme conditions, so it is extremely important to choose the right set for our work. Full-finger...

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We test our gafer.pl tape with stronger adhesive

With the aim to introduce our new gafer.pl tape with stronger glue, we made some small tests. For this purpose we glued our gaffer to 7 different surfaces: wood, metal, glass, plastic, and also to the painted windowsill, desk and polished plywood. We have left the tape glued and we took it off...

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How to recognize a good gaffer tape?

Gaffer type tape is a product used mainly to fasten sound and light equipment, cables, scenery, marking the positions, etc. It’s found within accessories used on stage, movie plan, TV studio or theatre. Many factors has influence on the fact if a chosen tape fulfills our expectations. To make...

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