Compostable Paper Tape

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Kraft paper tape
Solvent-based adhesive side • 100% recyclable

Compostable Paper Tape

Product Details

Compostable paper tape is made from natural, renewable materials and is designed to break down in a composting environment within a few months. It is often used for packaging and sealing boxes, but can also be used for other purposes such as labeling or repairing paper products. 

Solvent-based adhesive side • 100% recyclable • Can be torn by hand • Sturdy and resistant • Ideal for gift wrapping, crafts, diy projects • 

Key Benefits

Environmental sustainability: Compostable paper tape is made from paper that is biodegradable and can break down in a composting environment. This means that it will not contribute to waste in landfills and can instead be used to nourish soil and support plant growth.

Reduced environmental impact: The production and disposal of traditional plastic tapes can have negative impacts on the environment, such as contributing to plastic pollution and the use of non-renewable resources. Using compostable paper tape can help reduce these impacts.

Versatility: Compostable paper tape can be used for a wide range of purposes, including sealing packages, attaching labels, and hanging decorations.

Ease of use: Compostable paper tape is easy to use and can be cut to the desired length using scissors or a tape dispenser.

Aesthetically pleasing: Compostable paper tape has a natural, unbleached look that can add a touch of rustic charm to packages and other items.

Cost-effectiveness: While compostable paper tape may be slightly more expensive than traditional plastic tapes, it can be a more cost-effective choice in the long run due to its reduced environmental impact and the potential to reduce waste.

How to use

Using compostable paper tape is similar to using traditional tape. Here are the steps for applying compostable paper tape:

- Cut a length of tape from the roll using the scissors.
Peel the backing off the tape to expose the adhesive side.
- Place the tape on the surface you want to secure, aligning the edge of the tape with the edge of the surface.
- Smooth out the tape with your finger to remove any air bubbles or creases.
- Repeat the process if you need to add additional strips of tape.

It's important to note that compostable paper tape may not be as strong as traditional plastic tape, so it may not be suitable for all applications. It is best used for sealing boxes or other lightweight items that do not need a lot of support.