I read so many complaints about people not being able to find a good transfer tape so I thought I would make a post about the transfer tape I use.
Back in the summer of 2008 I needed a good transfer tape that would hold up in the mail but also release well since I was selling Cricut Head Decals at the time. I looked around and decided on the R-Tape Clear Choice from Signwarehouse. At the time I thought the expense was quite great but I didn't want to get complaints about the tape not working, etc. Here it is 8 years later and I am still using the same roll! I have even shared part of this roll with my friend Carmen. She recently asked what the tape was because she thought it was the best she has used and I think she might have ordered her own roll.
As you can see by the picture my tape has yellowed a little but it still works great and I am able to reuse pieces over and over.
This particular roll is the 6.5" x 100 yards but they do have other options. I liked this size the best because it was wide enough for most things but if I needed it wider I just add how many more layers I need.
I have used this on wall quotes but I actually prefer a paper tape that is less tacky so it's less of a struggle. For that I use the R-Tape Conform and it has worked really well. Since I use this tape mainly for wall quotes that I sell or give away I can't reuse most of it and I go through it quicker. And by quicker I mean I have about the same amount of tape on that roll as I do the Clear Choice and I think I bought the roll back in 2010 or 2011. The roll I have is the 6.5" x 100 yards as well.
Here are the links to the tapes I use:
Clear tape - R-CLEAR CHOICE AT-60
Paper tape - R-TAPE CONFORM 4078RLA
Thanks for the recommendation. I have always used Cricut Transfer tape but lately everyone is saying it's not as good as it used to be. I will definitely check out your recommendation.ReplyDelete
Can't remember where I purchased my roll (same size as yours) as I've had it for quite a few years now and it's still good. This size is perfect. Like you, if working on a larger project, just add more tape to fit. Most of the time the 6" is what'needed. :)ReplyDelete
Seriously ... Eight years later you are still using the same roll, and it still works as good as it always did? I'm sold! With all the vinyl that you do, this must be a mighty big roll.ReplyDelete