Need some versatile double-sided tape that you can use for a variety of applications? Check out this selection of double-sided paper tape from FindTape. Customers love that paper tapes can be used in just about any kind of setting, including DIY golf grips. The types of applications they can be used in are just as diverse, whether it's mounting, splicing, laminating or another common taping task.
There are a number of benefits to working with paper tape. Paper tape is lightweight and comes in a variety of tones to ensure a good stylistic fit with the taping job you need to complete. Despite the thin, flexible design, however, paper tapes can still offer quite the heavy-duty hold that makes it useful for even certain industrial purposes. Plus, paper tapes can be coated to make them more resistant to the elements or exposure to solvents.
The following are just some of the many applications for which double-sided paper tape may be used:
- Photograph mounting
- Carpet installation
- Textile manufacturing
- Splicing medium-to-heavyweight paper stocks
- Holding metal in place during machining operations
- Anchoring metal plates, type, cuts and patches to printing forms
- Mounting small fixtures, display items and moldings
- Tabbing and bonding heavy paper
- Manufacturing, repair or replacing sports grips (such as those on golf clubs)
- General holding, joining, attaching and laminating applications
Paper tape comes in a variety of styles to suit your needs. While you might use double-sided duct tape for golf grips, double-sided crepe paper is generally better suited to tabbing and bonding heavy paper. Other options available include Kraft paper tape, flat paper tape, abatement tape, containment tape and coated heavy paper tape. You can get great prices on double-sided crepe paper for sale along with other double-sided paper tape styles when you shop online at FindTape.
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