Invisible tape is meant to stick on, not stand out. It disappears on artworks and on documents so you can focus on the work rather than on the adhesive. The first waterproof, see-through tape was invented in 1930 by engineer Richard Drew, who later founded the Scotch brand. Scotch introduced transparent tape to the market in 1961. Now produced by a number of manufacturers, invisible tape is transparent, can be written on, and won’t discolor. Gift wrappers should note that invisible tape, with its matte finish, does not disappear on shiny wrapping paper; depending on the paper, clear tape may be a better choice for the job. Browse our selection of the best invisible tape products below.
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