A lifting or peeling away of the end of a tape wound on a spiral-wrap application.
A peeling away from the surface of the end of a length of tape, particularly in a spiral-wrap application.
A tear that causes poster paper to hang loose from a bulletin or poster panel face.
A lifting or peeling away of the end of a tape particularly in spiral-wrap applications.
Peeling, ripping and other damage to out-of-home paper posters.
Usually refers to the ‘lifting’ of a pressure sensitive label from the surface to which it has been applied. This condition most often occurs when the label has been applied around a curved (tight) surface or where the adhesive has been nullified by mishandling.
A tear in paper used on the advertising structure, causing the paper to “flag”.
The lifting of the end of a piece of tape after it has been applied to a surface.
A tear in a poster causing the paper to pull away from the face of the outdoor media structure.