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Colored Gaffers Tape is a strange name to most people, though people have often heard of it. Sometimes it be named Gaffa tape or Gaff tape.


This specialty tape is made out of heavy cotton cloth, and has a similar look and feel to duct tape. Gaffers tape’s backing is PE laminated spun rayon cloth. The adhesive is natural rubber based PSA. It is primarily used by production crews on film, TV, and in live music to tape down cables, and is preferred in this industry for its matte finish that does not reflect light or interfere with visuals.


Due to its particular application, Colored gaffers tape has particularly rich colors to choose from.


Colored Gaffers tape is designed so that when removed it does not damage the material or leave behind any residue. Another advantage of Gaffer’s tape is that unlike duct tape, it can withstand temperatures as high as 93 degrees Celsius without melting.


Backing carrier: 65% Polyester and 35% Cotton

Easy hand torn, Matte-finished, Diffuses light reflection


Adhesive: Natural rubber based adhesive

Low VOC, Odorless, Removable without adhesive residual.


Colored Gaffers tape common colors:

Beige gaffers tape is a matte cloth tape near the color of cartons. For example, Hollywood expendables, Studio depot, Expendable Supplies for Film, Video and TV productions, Prop suppliers use Beige gaffers tape to fixing the cargos.


Gaffers tape common type:


Fluorescent gaffers tapes include 4 colors common used as stage spike tape:
Fluorescent Green
Fluorescent Yellow
Fluorescent Pink
Fluorescent Orange


Some sound crews use Fluorescent spike tape to fasten radio microphone belt packs to the actor’s back. other sound crews use Stage spike tape to secure the positions of microphone stands. The theatre stage spike tape use for marking the microphone. Different actors easily and quickly identify which microphone they should use in the dark light environment.

Gaffers Tape by Applications

Gaffers Tape by Colors