Stationery tape is the tape commonly found in offices for general purpose use. It is also known as cello, cellophane tape, or sticky tape. This kind of stationery tape is used for repairing torn paper, putting together paper projects and posters, sealing envelopes, and arts and crafts, among other uses. It includes:
Stationery tape’s variety of widths
Three finishes frequently found in stationery tape
Stationery tape’s variety of widths introduce.
Stationery tape comes in a variety of widths. The most common widths include ½ inch (12.7 mm), ¾ inch (~19 mm), and 1 inch (~25 mm). The tape is mounted on a core that is usually 1 or 3 inches in diameter (~2.5 cm or ~7.6 cm). If the tape is bought for a permanent dispenser, it is important that both the core size and the width be a good match for the dispenser to work properly.
Three finishes frequently found in stationery tape introduce.
There are three finishes frequently found in stationery tape: transparent, translucent, and matte finish. The transparent finish is clear and glossy and forms a permanent bond. Cheap stationery tape tends to be translucent and glossy, rather than clear, and may yellow with age. Tape with a matte finish is virtually invisible when applied to paper and does not show up on photocopies. It forms a permanent bond and can be written on using pen, pencil, or marker.