Adhesive tape and inside belts play important roles in giving a product an attractive finish. At Sankei, we recommend the best adhesive tapes, such as stretch-proof and slip proof tape, to meet the customers’ purpose. Our Sewing Technical Advisor will propose the type of tapes to use and how to use it. We are also working with our tape factory to develop new products that reflect customer opinions.
Proposal for specifications for slip proof tape
Depending on what material is used for clothing, the seam of the corsage or sleeve can get pulled while wearing it, making the fabric slip, and the seam can sometimes be torn. In this case, by attaching slip proof tape, the risk of slipping can be reduced. At Sankei, we can recommend various types of slip proof tapes and specifications to look for, so that it will match the outer material or the clothing item itself.
If we compare clothing to architecture, the outer material is the external wall, and the interlining is reinforced concrete. Adhesive tape is a pillar that strongly supports the building. Only by combining interlining and adhesive tape can achieve “attractive clothes that retain their shape”. Adhesive tape is also called “stretch proof tape.” It comes in various varieties to suit different purposes and uses, such as preventing fabric from stretching, flattering the fabric, slip prevention, and reinforcement. Using the tape best suited to the purpose or use helps to maintain the finish and quality of the product, and tape is an important hidden item within the garment
Inside belts are used on the inside of the waist of pants, skirts or other bottoms. They are a rather firm, belt-shaped form of interlining. A number of variations are available including plush and adhesive types and they can be soft or hard. Stretchable and curved types have also recently become available. In addition, we also handle a large number of types of twin belts, which are mainly used in men’s pants.