What Is The Difference Between Masking Tape And Paper Tape

Date:Sep 27, 2018

In English units, 6 points equals 18mm; in tape, each point is equal to 3mm; 6 points is equal to 18mm.

Masking tape: A roll-shaped adhesive tape made of textured paper and pressure-sensitive adhesive as the main raw material, coated with pressure-sensitive adhesive on textured paper and coated with anti-adhesive material on the other side. It has the characteristics of high temperature resistance, good chemical solvent resistance, high adhesion, soft clothing and no tearing residue. The industry is known as the textured paper pressure-sensitive adhesive tape.

Paper tape: Compared to general tape, the surface material is changed to paper. Usually the viscosity is not strong, so the advantage is that there will be no residual glue after tearing off. Paper tapes are now widely used in a variety of colors, so they are widely used in pasting paper, beautification, and layout.