Cellophane tape is one of the top choices for those who want to prioritize eco-friendly practices with their personal and business packaging needs. This type of tape is biodegradable, so it doesn't create excess waste. That's an important factor for many companies which might use thousands of feet of tape per day, which would otherwise create quite a bit of added waste in landfills.
While cellophane tape is often used for sealing product packaging, it comes in handy in quite a number of other issues that may present themselves in homes, retail stores, offices and industrial spaces. Here are just some of the popular uses for this handy type of biodegradable tape:
- Carton sealing, especially in the electronics industry
- Repairing and splicing papers
- Gift wrapping and other craft projects
- Packaging and mending of "hard-to-stick-to" surfaces
- Extra security sealing with packages and product cartons
One of the popular features of biodegradable cello tape is that it is completely static-free. This is one of the popular reasons that it's popular in the electronics industry. In addition, it makes it easier to apply when sealing or repairing things. That's because cellophane tape doesn't immediately snap back onto the roll like polypropylene film tape after a section is cut off, which makes it easier to grab the next piece. Instead of constantly fighting to grab onto the edge of the tape, it's always easy to simply grab and tear off whenever you need it.
Cellophane tape usually appears to have a yellowish hue when it's on the roll. However, it's completely clear when applied, so it will blend in with any type of packaging. And don't forget, using biodegradable cellophane tape is also the healthiest choice for the environment, so you can always apply a little extra tape for added security without any added guilt. Find a great selection of cellophane sealing tapes at FindTape.
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