Guard-Tex & Gauztex: The Tape That Does It All
We like to think of our products as “The Industry Standard,” rightfully so, as our all-purpose, self-adhesive tape seems to be useful in every industry. We’ve put together a list of just some of the lesser-known ways we’ve seen Gauztex and Guard-Tex being used out there in the real world. Some of them may surprise you! Culinary- Chefs use Gauztex to protect their most valuable assets – their hands – from small cuts, abrasions, burns, and other hazards found in the kitchen. H
Introducing Our New Line of Gauztex!
We are please to announce our three new lines of Gauztex Self-Grip Tape: Gauztex Sports Tape, Gauztex First Aid Tape and Gauztex Industrial Safety Tape. View all of our new products below, and click here for more information on each application! #Gauztex
Protecting Your Fingers!
Protecting your fingers when working with wood, crafts or manufacturing is critical. Watch this video to learn the proper way to apply finger tape.
How to Protect Jewelers Fingers at the Bench (Video)
Andrew Berry, a professional jeweler for over 21 years, demonstrates a simple way of protecting your finger tips from the wear and tear of every day life at the jewelers bench. #JewelersTape #Gauztex
Good Enough for Ike!
President Dwight D. Eisenhower didn't start playing golf until he was in his 30s, but he fell hard for the game. During his eight years in office he played more than 800 rounds. Over his lifetime Ike's handicap very between 14 and 18, and he broke 80 on a handful of occasions. When it came to equipment, the President was a Spalding man, in deference to his good friend Bobby Jones, says Art Kennel, a former superintendent of Gettysburg (Pa.) Country Club, where Ike was a membe
Getting Deep Into Golf Grips
Today, we’re talking about grip size, what it can do for (and to) your game, and how you can fit yourself for grip size! First, most sizes increase and decrease in 1/32″ increments. If you start at “standard”, the next size up would be +1/32″. Two sizes up would be +1/16″. But what’s “standard”? Let’s backtrack a bit. When you buy a golf shaft, it has a butt diameter, or, the length of the circumference of the butt end (where the grip goes). There are three common sizes: .580