Hot melt adhesive films are gaining more and more attention and popularity among material developers today as environmentally friendly and clean adhesive products. This has led to an increasing number of applications for hot melt adhesive films.
Air cushion puff is a product familiar to most female friends who like to wear makeup. But many people do not know that the small powder puff product also involves the compounding between different materials. When it comes to compounding, then adhesive will be used. The most important thing is that it is very easy to understand the high demand for the environmental protection of the air cushion puff, which is a woman's belongings. Therefore, hot melt adhesive film, an environmentally friendly product, is undoubtedly the adhesive of choice for laminating between air cushion puff materials.
Hot-melt films have a higher bond strength and reliability than pressure-sensitive adhesives. Compared to traditional glues, hot melt films are easier to use and guaranteed to be low-fall free for clean production. Such unique advantageous features are also favorable conditions for applying hot melt adhesive film in the lamination of air cushion powder puff materials.
As we know, air cushion puffs have a high usage rate and belong to daily use, so they have certain requirements for adhesive strength. In addition, because the powder puff products are often in contact with cosmetics, they generally also need to have good resistance to water washing and high-temperature washing performance. This ensures that the finished powder puffs will not have quality problems such as open glue even after washing or high-temperature washing. It is also less prone to quality problems when the high conventional water content.
The hot melt adhesive film application on air cushion powder puff is briefly introduced to you. For more hot melt adhesive film applications, you can pay attention to Hengning hot melt adhesive film, or you can consult us directly.
Brief Introduction of Pes Hot Melt Adhesive Film Products