About this product
Advice on materials and adhesives Washi is a paper from Japan that is hand-made in a traditional way. It is made of natural fibres, usually from the bark of the Gampi tree, Mitsumata shrubs or mulberries. However, washi can also be made from bamboo, hemp, rice and wheat. So they are translucent, have a good feel and are easy to use. The adhesive force of the press tape is a trade-off between two opposite properties: adhesive power and removability. Washi tape is ideal for lightweight packaging. By carefully selecting the type of packaging material, the adhesive ability can be improved by using a clean, dry hand applied and allowing the tape to adhere to the surface without interference. Suggestions about washi tape features Washi tapes can be reused because they are removable and repositionable. It can also be torn by hand, but it is recommended to use a tape dispenser or scissors for cleaning and cutting. It has a smooth surface and excellent water resistance. Advice on cleaning tape application There are millions of washi tapes used. This includes decorating scrapbooks and calendars, distinguishing keys, cutlery, cups, personal items, and almost any other type of decoration or logo. Many Washi tape project ideas can be found online. Get creative.