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If sticky tape had the sticky side facing outwards you
could roll the tape over presents, packing boxes etc.
making it slightly easier to apply than sticky-side-in
The tape would need to come with a protective layer to
protect the exposed surface from becoming a lint
Tape side reverser
[rcarty, Dec 05 2012]
double sided tape
[Voice, Dec 05 2012]
||You're right it is more practical to have the sticky side out, but I'm guessing the sticky side is on the inside because it becomes too contaminated.
||What is needed is a two-reel device that unspools a new roll of tape onto a blank roll while reversing the sticky-side-outedness.
||Not sure if I understand the advantage?
||So there's a chance you do.