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There are many different types of tape on the market today. So much so that you can often feel like you don’t know where to begin when selecting from all of the different options that are available. With that being said, we are going to talk you through some of the most popular tape options that we have for sale below so that you can get a better understanding of which product is going to be right for you.


  • Paper tape - Paper tape is known for being one of the most eco-friendly options out there, as it is made from paper. It is a great choice if you are looking for a type of packaging tape that you can use when sending products to people. You can also easily get your brand incorporated onto the paper as well. 



  • Enforced tape - Enforced tape is a type of self-adhesive tape that is robust and strong. If you are looking for something that is a bit stronger than your typical tape, this is a good choice.



  • Double-sided tape - Next, we have double-sided tape, which is incredibly versatile. Everyone can use this product, from amateur craft-lovers to expert scrapbookers. It has been specifically designed so that it sticks on both sides. For instance, if you want to add something to a piece of paper, like a small item that will not cover the full page, double-sided tape is the perfect option here. 



  • Duct tape - You may have seen duct tape before. It is typically silver, and it is very strong and adhesive. It can be used for many different purposes, especially as it is also waterproof. You can get duct tape in many different sizes, ensuring you can find the perfect tape for you. Duct tape has been used for many different purposes over the years, including taping small objects, repairing a smashed windshield, ensuring products are secure during postage, and even repairing a leaking boat.



  • Masking tape - Also commonly known as painter’s tape, it is no surprise that one of the main uses for masking tape is to avoid wonky edges when painting. Masking tape is pressure sensitive and it is also very thin. You can tear masking tape with ease. It comes in a number of different colours and sizes as well. Once you are finished with the masking tape, you will be able to tear it off with ease.



  • Hazard tape - Last but not least, as you may gather by the name, hazard tape is used when warning someone that the product inside is dangerous. This tape tends to come in the typical yellow and black colour combination that we all tend to associate with safety. If you are packaging something that is dangerous, using hazard tape is a good idea. It is also advisable when warning people not to go near something, for example, when warning people off part of a construction site.