Precautions for identifying good washi tape
Under normal circumstances, colored washi tapes on the market are used for marking or masking. There are mostly beige washi tape and khaki washi tape on the market, and colored washi tape is considered by most people to be the color of the film. In fact, the color is the color of the glue, and the color of washi tape is various. Like this, its base material is mainly Japanese paper. The following points should be paid attention to in identifying good washi tape: 1. Look at the viscosity of the glue: If there is no glue that is pulled apart or dotted, there must be a lot of impurities in the glue used to produce this tape product. Second, look at the color of the tape: apply the yellow tape to the object, the better the masking, the thicker the glue and the better the quality. Compared with the appearance of the tape, the color of the whole roll of tape with less gluing and impurities is very dark, and the tape has high light transmittance after being pulled apart. The color of the whole roll of good adhesive tape is not much different from the color after being pulled apart, because good adhesive tape has strong masking properties, and there will be no color superposition. 3. Look at the appearance of the tape: you can also see whether a tape is good or bad. There are air bubbles when the tape has just been stripped into finished products. After a week of storage, the air bubbles will basically dissipate. White dot. The tape mixed with impurities has many irregularly distributed white spots, which are not the same as bubbles if they do not disperse when pressed by hand.