What is wood-grained paper used for, you know?

What are the uses of wood grain paper? In fact, wood grain paper is widely used in our daily life. Wood grain paper is not necessarily used for counterfeiting. Wood grain paper is also a good decorative material. But wood grain paper is easy to wrinkle. What are the top ten anti wrinkle techniques for wood grain paper? Let's take a look with the editor.
Wood grain paper is a good paper for mounting surfaces. Wood grain paper is made of wood pulp kraft paper, so its strength is very high. Wood grain paper is mainly used for the mounting of furniture, trimming and decoration of office supplies, speakers, etc. The patterns of wood grain paper are generally made by imitating the texture of trees, with a thickness of 0.5-1.0cm. The surface is smooth and shiny. Therefore, wood grain paper can also be used as plastic packaging, decorative paintings, plastic calendars, as well as incense, tobacco, wine, and other packaging.
How to Prevent Wrinkle by Sticking Wood Grain Paper
1. Wet sticker. Wet pasting can be used to prevent wood grain paper from wrinkling. First, measure the area to be decorated, and then cut the wood grain paper. Place the cut wood grain paper on the object to estimate whether the size is appropriate. Then, use a spray bottle to spray liquid on the surface to be pasted. Remove the protective layer of the wood grain paper, and then paste the wood grain paper. The wood grain paper must be kept flat and flat, and the speed must be fast when pasting, otherwise the wood grain paper can easily curl. After pasting, use a scraper to scrape the excess gas and liquid from the wood grain paper. Using this method, the bubbles in the paper can be easily scraped out.
2. Dry paste. Dry pasting is a commonly used method for pasting wood grain paper. As with the wet paste method, first determine the size of the wood grain paper, estimate and cut the wood grain paper before starting the paste. When pasting the wood grain paper, it is not allowed to paste it at one time. First fix two points on the wood grain paper, and the distance Z between the two points is the length Z of the wood grain paper. When pasting, start from between two points. Remove the protective layer from the two points by 1-2 cm, and then fold the protective layer to the outer edge and tear off the protective layer. Fold the removed protective layer towards the outer edge of the wood grain paper, and then paste the wood grain paper in this direction. If there are bubbles inside, you can use a needle to puncture the surface of the wood grain paper and drive out the bubbles inside.