Re: 3M Tattle Tape (Andy Kohler) Ann Ercelawn 29 Aug 1995 04:00 UTC

Date: Mon, 28 Aug 1995 15:59:04 -0800 (PST)
From: Andy Kohler - UCLA Law Library <KOHLER@LAW.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: RE: 3M Tattle Tape (Anne Grady)

You could do a patent search - my roommate in college got curious
about the system, got the patent numbers from a box of strips, and
looked up the patents.  Hope this helps.

Andy Kohler / UCLA Law Library

> Date: Mon, 28 Aug 1995 10:12:47 -0500
> From: Anne Grady <AGrady@MAILBOX.UNE.EDU>
> Subject: 3M Tattle Tape
> Can anyone tell me what material 3M's tattle tape for books and
> journals is made of?  The texture is lead-like, no mention is made on
> the box of the material and yet the box does say under "Terms and
> Conditions of Sale":  "Neither seller nor manufacturer shall be
> liable for any injury, loss or damage, ...arising out of the use of--
> ...and user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection
> therewith."  I was talking to a customer service rep from 3M last
> week who could not tell me the materials involved and said she would
> call back with this information but has not as of yet.  Any clues on
> how to obtain information on the tattle tape ingredients from 3M or
> other orgs much appreciated.  Thanks anne
> Anne Grady
> University of New England Library
> Biddeford, Maine  04005