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Technical Data Sheet
HOW TO USE
- Clean and dry surfaces so they are free from any dirt, dust or loose material.
Bostik Tape Discs are unsuitable for use on very absorbent, damp, dusty, delicate or newly decorated surfaces. If in doubt, carry out a small test. When applying, be careful not to touch the discs as it might make it less sticky.
- Simply peel the disc from the sheet
- Press the disc to the required surface
- If applying to gift wrap, ensure your Tape Disc is precisely placed as removal could tear the paper
How to remove Tape Discs
If you need to remove your Bostik Tape Discs, they can be carefully peeled away from the surface that they were applied on.
Note that the adhesive properties of Tape Discs will increase over time so be sure to remove with care.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can I use Tape Discs for?
Bostik Tape Discs are most commonly used for parcel and gift wrapping, sealing bags and envelopes, securing tags and bows, and much more.
As they're acid and lignin-free, we also like to use these handy sticky discs in scrapbooking to secure photos in place without staining your favourite snapshots.
You can even use them for re-sealing opened food packages to ensure your contents stay fresh and you avoid accidental spills.
Can I recycle Tape Discs?
Yes - Bostik Tape Discs are recyclable as they are made from paper. When used in gift wrapping, be sure to choose recyclable gift wrap so once the present has been opened, all of the paper can easily be recycled.
Also, the sheets that our sticky circles are supplied on are made of polyester which can be disposed with your plastic waste recycling.
What is the shelf life of the adhesive I have bought and where can I store it?
The shelf life of adhesives varies from product to product, but typically ranges between one and two years from the date of manufacture when unopened and stored correctly in dry conditions - usually between +5°C and +25°C. Once opened, the life of the product will be more limited – this is dictated by variables including the type of adhesive, how it is stored, and how much adhesive is left unused. For more information, refer to the product’s Technical Data Sheet.